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Hype optical mouse model no. HY-7005-WMA 2.4GHz isn't working properly, wont connect to any device. How do I get the adapter signal to read on my laptop?

Added two triple a batteries so the light comes on but the mouse isn't responding to the adapter signal or the adapter isn't connecting to the computer, either way I can't use the thing and I would like to so how in the world do i fix it?

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  • Harrie Oct 31, 2014

    Hi Victoria Lopez, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? what computer? what OS? not only the grand, but also the version please.

  • Kitzia PVM
    Kitzia PVM Feb 20, 2017

    hi, I have the same problem as Victoria, the computer is a lenovo with Windows 10, the mouse was working perfectly well until the day i left the laptop to hybernate, then the mouse stopped responding



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I don't know your particular mouse, but there is a chance it might not be plug-and-play, meaning you have to use a disk or download software/drivers to make it work. If you installed software using a disk, check compatibility with your operative system and look on internet, on manufacturer's support page, for up to date drivers.

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So you're saying you've tried connecting to other devices to no avail?
Might be worth reading the direction carefully. Sometimes there's a reset/rescan button(small) on the mouse that needs to be engaged after everything is plugged in.

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