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If the system isn't frozen, there might be something wrong with the connection, mouse driver, the mouse or your mainboard. So you can check them one by one. If you are using USB mouse and it works on another computer, try another USB port on this computer or open control panel and device manager and update the driver of the mouse or the USB device for your mouse (right click on it and choose update driver then choose the driver from windows system32 drivers folder for usb(something named as usbstor.sys or something) or the one on the CD come with the mouse) or you can try USB/PS2 converter if there is a PS2 mouse port on your laptop and also you can try wireless mouses for options if you do have one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Press the button on the back of the mouse to free the battery cover on top.
Remove the battery cover and put the supplied AA battery into the mouse.
Replace the battery cover.
Insert the wireless USB dongle into a USB port on the laptop or desktop computer.
Move the mouse and watch your computer screen.
Confirm that the mouse is connected by making the cursor move.
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