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Re: HELP with 98763 mouse!
Make sure the mouse is turned on, by pressing the button on the bottom of the mouse. The red light should come on. Then press the blue button on the receiver and while it is blinking, press the button on the bottom of the mouse and it should once again work okay.
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I had all the same problems listed in fixit and found that all it took was placing all NEW batteries in the mouse. Press the blue light button on the USB and the little black reset button on the bottom of the mouse at the same time. Worked good from there on.
I never used the leopard software but there is a control panel in the OS the allows you to customize your keyboard ( example set the windows key as the apple key ) i maybe wrong though because i havent touched an apple in years. http://www.apple.com/macosx/
Without the drivers the mouse runs great. The only thing you can't do is use the second scroll wheel to scroll left and right. Instead the mouse scrolls in the opposite direction than the first scroll wheel. The side buttons can be configured within OSX and Windows for whatever you might want.
there is a reconnect button on the receaver I beleave you need to press the reconnect button on the receaver first then the one on the mouse to reconnect. Also make sure you have charged and working battery in place.
This seems to be a old problem and if you don\t need assistance in solving it. It would be great if you would share to the world how you fixed your problem so other users can benefit from your experience.
If the mouse doesn't have a little door to open on
the bottom, then try this.
Just behind the Left and Right keys where your hand rests,
apply firm pressure down on the cover and slide to the rear.
Some mouse manufactures have used this type of access to replace the
If it’s a wireless GE mouse turn it on by pushing the
button on the bottom and hold till the red light comes on. Assuming the
computer is running, press the Blue light on the Receiver and press the button
on the bottom of the mouse and it should start tracking on the monitor.
Hope this helps. Bud