Advice 1: How to connect a wireless mouse to a laptop

Wireless mouse very comfortable to use, it will allow you to make the work space a more modern and neat by eliminating the need for cables. But if you have never worked with wireless accessories may install a wireless mouse may seem daunting. In the ideal case, use the manual that comes with the mouse. If no instructions, use this manual.
How to connect a wireless mouse to a laptop
You will need
  • Laptop, wireless receiver, wireless mouse
Instruction
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Look in the mouse battery compartment and insert the appropriate batteries. To do this, invert the mouse, locate the cover and slide it off. Then install battery and put the cover back in place. Wireless receiver that connects to the computer, receives power directly from the computer, so no batteries needed.
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Connect the receiver to the computer. Usually it connects to the USB port, but some models can also connect to the mouse port. If all your USB ports are occupied, you can use a special adapter that allows you to plug-in connector for mouse devices with USB connection. Be careful not to accidentally install the adapter into the keyboard port.
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Then connect the mouse to the receiver. Typically, the receiver needs to have clearly distinguishable button to do this. The mouse usually has a very small hole with a button inside this hole. The button you press with a pencil, a match or a paper clip. Find these buttons and press them at the same time (if the receiver and the mouse should be placed close to each other). Hold buttons pressed for 10 seconds.
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Install the receiver is not too far from the mouse. Depending on where you are, you can put it on the table, the monitor, system unit or on the rear panel of the laptopand (if you connect a mouse to your laptop). Keep in mind that the distance between the receiver and the wireless mouse should not be too large.
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If you have connected the device to the mouse port, restart your computer manually. If the mouse has been connected to the USB port, you can immediately start with her work. When you move the mouse cursor should move after her. If not, try moving the receiver to another location. If he in this case refuses to work, you may need to restart your computer (if you haven't already) or try to connect again.

Advice 2 : How to install a wireless mouse

Wireless mouse is an extremely convenient device that allows you not to be attached to the computer, and, nevertheless, operate it like a normal wired mouse. Wireless pointing devices of different manufacturers may differ in some features when you install and connect to computer. However, there are some General rules that allow you to quickly install a wireless mouse.
How to install a wireless mouse
Instruction
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The set of wireless devices includes the USB adapter, driver CD and the mouse itself. The first thing to do is to install the driver into the operating system. Insert the ROM supplied in the drive; if the autorun started, the drivers installed themselves. If nothing happens, open the disc in Windows Explorer and look for files with names “Install.exe” or “Setup.exe”. Start them now.
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Plug the wireless adapter into the USB port of the computer. The system will detect the new device, scans for drivers for it and will report about the successful installation of the equipment.
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Be careful with the batteries for the mouse, if they are not included in the package. After the detection of the USB adapter, insert the batteries in the mouse. Normally, this is enough for installation and determine the wireless mouse. Rarely, you may need to restart the computer.
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Some models are equipped with additional buttons for adjustment and settings of the adapter and mouse signals from each other. If your devices are switches there to click them. In some models, the wireless devices need a few seconds to hold these buttons pressed. Do I need to do it for your wireless mouse, or tone settings of the adapter and the mouse occur in any other way, you should read the user guide.

Advice 3 : How to enable a wireless mouse

Many PC users have always sought, and will seek to purchase equipment which technical parameters functional than their predecessors. The innovations of the recently emerging techniques include the lack of circuits in many devices, including the keyboard and mouse.
How to enable a wireless mouse
You will need
  • The computer wireless mouse.
Instruction
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Of course, wireless mouse, even a new invention, but not all of it is as good as many people think about it. If to speak about the level of the transmitting signal, sure, everyone already knows that the signal is only transmitted on the wire. The weight of the mouse with a radio transmitter and set of batteries is much higher than the wired mouse. If weight increases, then turning the mouse will decrease, and in games where you need to react quickly to the movement of the enemy is a big minus.
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Connecting the wireless mouse is only slightly different from the same action only for the usual wired mouse. The only difference is the extra drivers for most models wired manipulators are not needed, and an additional device requiring a usb port.
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The driver or software is better to put immediately before the mouse is connected. Usually the drivers come on CD or miniCD-ROM. When installing do not try to change the settings of the installer, i.e. the directory of the unpacked driver, etc. Can make amendments only in case when you do not the first time or you already have experience in this matter. After the installation of the device driver, you must restart the computer, let many drivers already do not require this stability from restarting the computer will not decrease.
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The next step after driver installation the device will be a mouse. Initially, you must connect the transmitter into a usb port. After the transmitter is activated the mouse: inserted the batteries and the switch is in the On position. In most models, this switch is no, it all depends on the manufacturer of the device. This switch can save energy of the batteries if the mouse is off in a period of inactivity. You can now use your mouse.

Advice 4 : How to connect a usb mouse

USB port Universal Serial Bus ("Universal serial bus") was not initially designed to connect mouse or keyboard, since this computer is equipped with separate entrances (often ps/2). However, in order to reduce the size and increasing the universalization of the USB port is increasingly used as the sole connection for low - and medium-speed external devices, including mouse.
How to connect a usb mouse
Instruction
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Insert the plug of the connecting cable of the devices into the appropriate connector on the computer - usually this is enough to connect a USB mouse. If it's a desktop computer, use the connector on the rear panel to leave free a slot on the front panel for frequently connected and disconnected USB devices. After you insert the plug into the socket, the operating system will automatically detect the new device and pick the driver for it from its database. If the OS will not be able to do so, or if your mouse has any special features that require additional software, use the installation CD from the set mouse. If this disc is missing - download the necessary files from the manufacturer's website.
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Turn in your computer's BIOS, the option recognition of the USB mouse on startup of the computer, if after the installation the device is working properly. To do this, initiate a computer restart and go to BIOS setting - most often this requires pressing the delete key or f2 when the lower left corner of the screen prompted. Depending on the installed version of the base system I/o desired setting can be located in different sections of the panel settings, but most often it is necessary to look at the advanced tab, or integrated. The installation itself can also be named differently - for example, USB Mouse Support. Usually by default it is set to auto - change it to enable. Then exit the settings panel, while retaining your settings. After the next boot the computer mouse must be identified by system.
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Start with connecting the adapter to the USB port and install its software, if it is a wireless mouse. In this case, immediately after connection, the operating system also tries to find a new device and pick the corresponding driver. If something goes wrong, you will have to do it yourself, as described in the first step. After installing the adapter, plug the mouse, making sure that it is installed the battery.
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