You will need
- Laptop, wireless receiver, wireless mouse
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.