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1] unplug the dongle
2] press Windows Key and PAUSE'BREAK together
This brings up a window ... click the device manager
3] Watch the screen 4] plug in the base station Under Mice and other pointing devices, HID_compliant mouse should now be displayed. 5] Underneath the dongle is a small button ... press it The blue light flashes about twice a second 6] Underneath the mouse there is a hidden small button- directly under left button -- press this 7] the dongle will flash really rapidly 8] soon the mouse/dongle start to "talk" to eachother, then settle down
Your mouse should work now
Posted on Jul 09, 2011
I have a technika wm110bl wireless mouse - and I have replaced in the last week - it absolutely eats batteries. I don't use the PC for work, just the internet really, so my usage is hardly excessive. I found that I needed to have a supply of AAA batteries, as I was replacing the 2 in the mouse nearly every month. The first sign was the sluggishness of the cursor/pointer, which sounds to me what you are mistaking for needing resetting. Try just opening the back of the mouse (no need to turn off anything) and replace the batteries.
Next step is to seriously shop around for a mouse that has a good long battery life - even at twice the price of the technika you will be saving yourself money.
Posted on Jan 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Insert the USB dongle that came with your technika wireless mouse into a USB computer port on your machine.
This dongle, which resembles a regular flash drive in appearance, can be plugged into any available USB port.
Once inserted, it immediately turns on.
Insert the required amount of batteries (typically two AA batteries, though it changes depending on the model) into the compartment on the bottom of your HP wireless mouse.
Flip the "ON" switch on the bottom of your technika wireless mouse.
Press the "Sync" button on the bottom of your technika wireless mouse.
The mouse will now sync with your computer and will be immediately usable.
hope this helps
i have read some good and bad reviews on this mouse one stated the wireles stopped working several times and it had to be replaced
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