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USB device not recognized

Hi, I have a 2.4 Ghz Wireless Optical Notebook Mouse Model Number 96147.

At first, It has functioned OK, but now when plug the USB it is not recognized.

What is wrong??

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    I have a simlar problem, at least in theory, I think. I recently acquired the 2.4GHz Verbatim 96147 wireless mouse.

    At first it was working correctly. However, after plugging it into another computer, and then plugging into my machine at home, It does not register with its receiver. When I press the button on the reciever, the light blinks but when pressing the corresponding button under the mouse, there is no connection established and the light on the reciever keeps blinking.

    Just for the record, the computer that I used it on before returning to my own is not with me at the moment. Also, I have run the mouse under Windows and Linux and it worked in both situations. It also still detects that a device has been plugged in in Windows as well as in Linux.

    The only problem I seem to have is that the connection between the mouse and the receiver is not being established.

    Any advice, commentary or solution will be apreciated

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I have a problem with my 2.4GHz Verbatim 96147 wireless mouse.

At first it was working correctly. However, after plugging it into another notebook, and then plugging into my notebook at home, It does not register with its receiver. When I press the button on the reciever, the light blinks but when pressing the corresponding button under the mouse, there is no connection established and the light on the reciever keeps blinking.

Just for the record, the computer that I used it on before returning to my own is not with me at the moment. Also, I have run the mouse under Windows xp and wista and it worked in both situations. It also still detects that a device has been plugged in,and open windows tab "Found new hardwer".

The only problem I seem to have is that the connection between the mouse and the receiver is not being established.

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Try another usb port also try booting without it plugged in when booted plug in it may recognize it as new hardware

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