Question about Kensington Pilotmouse Optical 2-button (72127)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kensington Wireless Mouse
You might want to try this. Synchronize each mouse one at a time and make sure the other mice are in the off position or remove their batteries. Once you have one of the mice set up turn it off as it is already synched with the base unit. Now synch the other mouse the same way, ensuring that you turn it off before synching the last one. Once all of the mice have been synched with their own base units they should be on different frequencies. If unsuccessful you may want to think about going with different models or manufactures.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
SOURCE: manual PDF
For the Kensington Wireless Mouse 72214. Press the scroll wheel and the inset button on the bottom at the same time. This turns it on and off.
Press the inset button and the button on the end of the USB receiver at the same time and you will connect to the computer for use.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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make sure the mouse and receiver can 'hear' each other
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