Ya..there is a small button on back side of the receiver..plug the receiver to the USB port and press the button for few secs and red light will start blinking..then a similar button is there for the mouse below it..press it and it will work fine.
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cordless mouse-keyboards always give headache, change your mouse and take usb or ps2 wire-mouse, it cheap than wireless...
---- we has 4 pc with wireless key+mice in office and we kick all of wireless mouse-keyboards instead usb or ps2 mice-keyboards
The mouse and the keyboard (if it's wireless too) both have batteries. After changing a battery sometimes, you have to press the search button on the receiver and the search button underneath the mouse while holding them near each other so they can find each other again. please let me know if that dosen't help.
have you changed the batteries recently? Wireless mice seem to eat batteries faster. I have a Dell wireless mouse. It will work fine for months and then nothing. That's when I know to change out the batteries. If your batteries are fresh, make sure they are seated in their slots securely.
My Dell wireless keyboard doesn't work. I replaced the batteries in it and pressed the green button on the back of it then the button on the wireless thing plugged into the computer. That light blinks for a few seconds then stops but the keyboard still doesn't work. My wireless mouse works fine.
1.) try to change the battery of the mouse
2.) try to connect the USB of the receiver of wireless mouse to the other open usb slot
3.) try to use your wireless mouse to other computer to troubleshoot
are both keyboard and mouse communicating with a single wireless devices, or each has it's own? sometime you need to sync the signal to the wireless device. but do this first... ask your sister if the mouse was working before she gave it to you, there is a possibility that the mouse is broken/no working. if it's an optical mouse, the mouse that has lights sensor, make sure it lights up...