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Re: GE omuse 97985
I know.....I have to ask...you've checked the batteries right? OK. Check the cable on the back to mahe sure it's still plugged in firmly. If you push the button on the transceiver, it should start blinking. Then hold the button on the bottom of the mouse until the light on the transceiver is solid. Let me know what happens. If this solves the peoblem PLEASE rate as fixed. If not, DON'Y RATE YET. Just add a comment letting me know what happened and I'm here to help you further. Thanks toba. Let me know.
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I have a Logitech cordless mouse but had a problem recently. It fell on the ground and the batteries fell out. Put them back in, the mouse came back on but didn't work. Pushed the button on the mouse several times, no luck. The light at the receiver was always blinking whenever I pushed the button on the mouse, so I assumed that should work. After a few tries, I ended up pushing the button at the receiver and low and behold, the mouse was working again. Have been using this mouse for years, had that problem only one.
Plug in the reciever into the computer and make sure the mouse has fresh batteries. Once you are in Windows, press the link button on the receiver. The indicator light should start blinking.Then within two seconds press the link button on the bottom of the mouse, the indicator light should quit blinking.After re-linking the devices move the mouse to see if it moves the cursor.If the cursor does not move, then move the mouse and see if the indicator light on the receiver blinks.If the device does not blink then try re-linking the devices again.
Is there a blinking light on the receiver? Many times the mouse doesn't work because it has become un-sync'd with the USB receiver. Check on the sides or bottom of the mouse and see if there is a small button. Press it and try the mouse again. Let me know if this helps!
Only one thing for Hardware of Mouse if wireless cheak if Reviver is Faulty and connects with Wireless Mouse and if still no respond try another reciver to see if the other wireless Mouse correctly works.If it Mouse that gone and have Garentee take back to store if your warenty is in Refunded Policy or you apply for Garentee on your Product.
Press the link button on the receiver the indicator light should start blinking.Then within two seconds press the link button on the bottom of the mouse, the indicator light should quit blinking.After re-linking the devices move the mouse to see if it moves the cursor.If the cursor does not move, then move the mouse and see if the indicator light on the receiver blinks.If the device does not blink then try re-linking the devices again.
You will have to go to the manufacturers website and download the driver and software for your mouse. Save the file then open it and install the driver. When you plug in your mouse again it should be recognized.
The piece of plastic where your palm would rest on the mouse is the compartment for the batteries. Locate the piece of plastic with the GE logo on it. You need to slide that piece of plastic away from the direction of the mouse buttons. You will then be able to put the batteries inside and slip the piece of plastic back on.