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GE Wireless Optical mouse 97990 Rev. 4

I cant get to get this thing to work... it was working fine for a little bit... for a week or so (I didnt pay attention because it was working fine :D ) so id you have any suggestions please help, i know im not the only one out there thats having htos problem :( plz help so i can stop using my stuped touch pad lol The Jman, [email protected]

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  • leel99 Nov 08, 2007

    just got the Wireless optical mouse HO97990 and it does not work

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You need to plug in the USB reciever load windows till desktop appears, hold down the reciever button until it flashs then quickly turn over mouse and press connect button in. and you should see the reciever flicker, and it should start working. if it dont try swapping the batterys as they dont last long...and repeating the same process Hope this helps John

Posted on Mar 01, 2007

  • good1 Sep 07, 2010

    I read other solutions that said the same thing but this one was in detail. I didn't know the usb receiver would flash. I held it down for a few seconds and seen the flash, then hit the connect button under the mouse and it worked. Thanks.

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Plug in receiver. then turn on mouse with switch on bottom. next press the link button on the receiver, then quickly press the link button on the mouse. they will then sync together and start working.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2011

    Worked for me!! I had this mouse for almost two years and never used it! Thanks!!!

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Awesome, I was having the same problem and this fixed it! thanks so much!

Posted on May 29, 2010

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Throw this mouse against a brick wall. It's a piece of junk. It's not even worth 2 dollars, I cannot believe I spent 15 dollars on it. Now take the other piece, and go around wacking people in the head with it.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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