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Yodata wireless optical mouse

Hi there i bought a wireless optical mouse the other day and it does not want to work can u please help me I have the same problem. I remember the first time I connected it I had to push the botton on the usb connector and at the same time push a button on the mouse but I don't remember which one or if there is a sequence?

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I also have a yodata mouse and have been battling with it. I just got it going again, but don't really know what I did. I put the mouse off by pressing on the button on the bottom, I unplugged the USB receiver from the back of the laptop and put it at the side to access it more easily, when I did that it loaded again. I then pressed the button on the bottom of the mouse again and it started to work again. I don't know if this is a normal problem with all cordless "MICE" but I wasn't impressed with the instructions at all.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

I also have a yodata mouse and have been battling with it. I just got it going again, but don't really know what I did. I put the mouse off by pressing on the button on the bottom, I unplugged the USB receiver from the back of the laptop and put it at the side to access it more easily, when I did that it loaded again. I then pressed the button on the bottom of the mouse again and it started to work again. I don't know if this is a normal problem with all cordless "MICE" but I wasn't impressed with the instructions at all.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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