Do you have a wireless modem on your PC. You only need one account with the wireless provider. Both PC and Laptop will be able to use the same account. do you have your Wireless network secured and encrypted?
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first of all you need to check with your internet provider to see what modem you can use. a wirless 802.11g card (the farthest range) if your provider has a wirless modem i would get it from them. and a wirless modem/router. i use bellsouth wirless dsl and bought the equipment from them. if you have a wirless modem/ router already then you just need the card and configure it.
It should be good up to 30 feet, whatever the setup. You might try plugging the send/receiver into a front port to see if that helps.
I usually open Device Manager, open each USB device and set the power to stay on, (not "turn off this device to save power"). That way, sleep mode won't cause you to lose contact with the mouse. Or just disable sleep mode.