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Need software for apple wireless mouse A1015 no. 1938

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Go here and you will find all the drivers for Apple stuff
http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/drivers/

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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Hy, you can download it from HERE.

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Connect my leeds 1690 wireless mouse to my laptop


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Connecting a Mouse with a Wireless Receiver.
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Plug in your mouse's receiver. The receiver should fit into one of your computer's USB ports. You can typically find USB ports, which are thin, rectangular slots, on the sides of laptops and on the front of desktops' CPU boxes.
  • Plugging in the receiver before turning on the mouse will allow your computer to install any drivers or software needed to use the mouse.
Make sure that your mouse has batteries. To do so, you'll typically flip the mouse over and remove a tray on the bottom, though some mice instead have their batteries in a compartment in the back of the mouse.
  • If you haven't used the mouse in several months, consider replacing the batteries even if they were new when you inserted them.
  • Some mice, such as the Apple Magic Mouse 2, require charging instead of new batteries.
  • 3
    Turn on your mouse. This typically involves manipulating a button on the bottom of the mouse, though you may need to look for the On/Off switch on the side of the mouse.
    • If you can't find the On/Off button, consult your mouse's manual.
    4
    Press your mouse's "Connect" button. This button's location will vary based on your mouse's developer, but you'll usually be able to find this button either between the two mouse buttons or on the mouse's side.
    • Some mice come listed as "plug and play", meaning that you don't need to manually connect them or download any software.
    5
    Move your mouse around. Once you see the cursor begin to move on-screen, your mouse is connected.
    • If your mouse doesn't start moving, try turning it off and then back on. If applicable, you may also want to change the USB port into which the receiver is plugged.
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I use MacBook Pro (OS X version 10.5.8) in combination with LCD TV, wireless mouse and new Apple wireless keyboard. The problem is that function keys of the wireless keyboard do not respond in a same way...


Make sure to run all available software updates as there's probably a firmware update for your keyboard you need to download.

If there isn't or the problem persists afterwards, you'll need to go into Apple Menu > System Preferences > Keyboard and Mouse > Keyboard and uncheck 'Use all F1, F2 etc. keys as standard function keys.'

Good luck!

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How to connect a wireless mighty mouse to a macbook pro


There should be software if it is a Apple Magic mouse, install software, then turn bluetooth on for mouse, unless your mac doesnt have bluetooth, then you need a USB bluetooth adapter.

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My PilotMouse is getting jumpy and doesn't track well


Try updating the software for wireless mouse as a new update has been released. GO to apple sign, click on it, then go to software update. Install the updates required.

Advise if this fixes it.

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Can not pair my wireless mouse to my macbook.


replace new battery on your mouse and check connection response.

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Hi, I bought the new wireless optical mouse of ge.  I lost my owner's manual and don't know if I have all the parts.  Do I just need the mouse and my apple macbook pro to make it work.  can you tell me how...


The GE mouse came with a Receiver that goes into a USB port after the CD software program is installed. During installation the program will ask you to plug in the receiver into a USB port. This is when to do so. Then it should work properly.

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