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TheGE wireless Mouse seems to have batteries charged and functioning. The small USB connector seems to bethe problem. I think it used to light u7p when inserted into the usb slot but no longer. I have tried it on another computer but it still does not work. What is wrong?

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If it used to light up and now doesn't, it's probably gone bad. You did the correct thing in testing it on another computer.
If it has a little "connect" button on it, push that button.
Also push the "connect" buttons on the mouse and keyboard.
See if that helps.

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