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Maybe mouse maybe vista maybe Toshiba

I will admit i'm not a computer guy first laptop first wireless mouse i don't know if my laptop will let me use a wireless mouse due to the touch pad or how to connect the mouse I hit the connect on the usb end it binks do it to the mouse nothing .like i said first for both sure could use a lil help thanks alot.

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Check the mouse for batteries. Plug usb receiver into the usb plug. Turn mouse over and make sure switch is in the "on" position. That should do it..if not any questions you have let me know..

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