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the mouse requires a usb adapter, which works like a 2 way radio to send and recieve the movement, location, and button signals from the mouse. Just plug in the wireless mouse adapter into an open usb jack, most of them don't even need software, they configure themselves automatically.
if it is like my Aspire7110..it is compatible with bluetooth...but has no reciever or transmitter...it only has the capability handling software drivers to accomodate functioning with bluetooth..you may need to either add a peripheral USB device to send and recieve bluetooth signal...or do a search of internal hardware and enable the hardware that allows it to function... ...let me caution you though on using multiple types radio signals for sending and recieving DATA. at the same time....it seems to carry the possibility of confusing WI_FI signals and other wireless instruments that you may be utilizing...so it may be a good idea to disable your wireless during the time that you are utilizing bluetooth..(just a suggestion)...
enjoy your bluetooth experience..lol
Check if you are sending the signal to the external monitor. On my laptop with Windows 7, I can right click on an open section of the desktop and choose Graphics Properties. In this window, I can choose to send the display to the laptop's internal monitor, the external monitor or both. Pressing Crtl-Alt-F1 will force the video onto the external monitor on the fly (Crtl-Alt-F3 goes back to the laptop's screen).
When I have added a second monitor to a desktop, I needed to reboot and allow new hardware to be found before the related Screen Resolution (right click on the desktop again) let me find the second monitor and choose if this was a duplicate or extended screen.
You will have to make sure your router is sending the signal out. Make sure your laptop has the right access codes. Make sure the router is set to send a signal to b/g/n type adapters like the one on your laptop.
Windows Vista is an easy operating system to manipulate so go into your network program area and double check to make sure all the open access boxes are checked. Good luck. If your laptop adapter is ok, and your router's wireless signal is being sent out properly, your problem is minor.
Change the resolution on the second monitor if you ont have the 2nd monitor on your pc , Clik ON DESKTOP PROPRERTY ,SETING'S amd see the 2nd screen rezolution. and make it smaler on the second ,you will be able to keep bouth screen active the monitor and the main screen of laptop.
see if the video card is putting out a signal. by connecting an external monitor and select function monitor to send signal to it., and take a bright light and hold at angle to view lcd screen do you see the desktop dimly.
you may have the rare case of the power/socket to the inverter is not working though I have never seen that in over a hundred laptop repairs.
be certain that the new inverter is not bad , seems more likely that it may be bad.. check that inverter has a gnd and 12volts ~ going to it .
here is a decent explanation of an inverter circuit troubleshooting its a doc file. http://support.advantech.com.tw/support/DownloadFile.aspx?File_Id=1-ZZLO
Wireless network adapters require an associated wireless receiver (such as a wireless router or wireless access point) to recieve the radio signals from the adapter and eventually route them to a wire and in you case it would be the wire providing internet services to your desktop computer. If there is no wireless receiver there is no device to convert the radio communications of the wireless adapter and rout those signals to the internet.