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For any wireless mouse you need also a receiver to transfer the signal from the mouse to the PC. If you don't have the receiving unit, you cannot do anything with your mouse. If you do have the receivign unit, mostly plugging it in makes windows recognise it and it will work.
Some tips incase all is complete but it doesnot work:
check the batteries of the mouse and if neccesary replace or charge them.
Uponstarting your PC go into BIOS (mostly bt pressing DEL or a function key, it will be indicated when starting) and enable USB mouse. Save and exit BIOS, PC will restart and your USB wireless mouse should work.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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