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"Cyber" brand wireless rechargable mouse

I have just bought a Cyber rechargable mouse. Conected and charged as per instructions. The light at the bottom of the mouse is on but it doesn't seem to commuicate with the computer? Any help much appreciated.

Model number: CY2513WM

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    ken maule Aug 23, 2008

    thanks, done that still nothing. the mouse works when it's on the base but not when i take it off. taking it back to the store today.

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

    The blue light on the charger is always on, the red light only comes on when I place the mouse on it, I charged it for 15 hours as it says to do on the batteries that came with it, and the laser is activated while it's on the charger, but when I take it off, I cannot get it to activate...It is like there's no power supply to it.

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    i have a cyber cy 2513wm and it doesn't talk to computer

  • Anonymous May 02, 2009

    keyboard mouse needs a driver to be installed

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Okay i got the same problem i did everything press the big blue botton and the one on the bottom of mouse and still nothing....
ITS THE BATTERYS!!!! the ones that come with it are shiet i put some tranisonic ones into and it worked instantly the moment i put "good" ones in the red light came on instantly

Posted on Dec 15, 2009

I have just bought a Cyber rechargable mouse. Conected and charged as per instructions. The light at the bottom of the mouse is on but it doesn't seem to commuicate with the computer? Any help much appreciated.


Model Number: CY1788MK

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

Press the grey button on the base unit (between the lights). Then press the button on the under side of the mouse. The blue light will flash quickly, then VERY quickly.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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