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Hello I have a problem with the mouse, it is wireless and the green light links all the time with no movement

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On the bottom of the mouse or keyboard there is a tiny button when u push button on the dongle or wireless adapter u must also click the mouse or keyboard so they can find each other also make sure you have really good batteries

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