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Insert your USB receiver into a USB port on your computer. If you are using a laptop, you'll usually find a USB port on the side. If you are using a desktop computer, it's likely located on the front or rear of the tower.
Wait for your computer to install the drivers. You'll see a progress balloon in the bottom-right corner of your desktop screen. After a minute or so, it should show "Success." If it does not, or if there is an error, visit the Belkin resource to download the drivers.
Turn the mouse over and push the switch to "On." The mouse should automatically communicate with the USB receiver. Test the mouse to determine if it has. If the mouse does not work, press the "Connect" button on the receiver and then press the "Connect" button on your mouse. The mouse should be functional.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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