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:confused: I have tried everything I know to get it to work.This is the first time I've tried to install anything. I went through all the instructions but the mouse still doesn't respond. Any help will be much appreciated thank you
 

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mistywindsor said:
:confused: I have tried everything I know to get it to work.This is the first time I've tried to install anything. I went through all the instructions but the mouse still doesn't respond. Any help will be much appreciated thank you
give bunches of details

operating system?

mouse brand and model.

what happens when you try it? what did you do to install?

do you know that it has accepted a charge? straight out of the box
rechargable things often are dead because they have no charge.
 

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I have a windows XP Home edition 2000
I did charge it overnight and the next day I put the cd in and installed the mouse Its a Durabrand wireless rechargeable optical mouse.I have another mouse will it work with more than one??
 

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you need to see if it is intalled or not by going to (just click through)

start -> settings -> control panel -> system -> hardware -> device manager

see if it listed under mice and usb (if its a usb mouse)

you should see it listed if it is there OK, (click on plus
signs to expand or double click)

if it is not good it will be marked with yellow or red
warnings
 

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I did try that already and it does say its a HD compliant mouse and it says its working properly.In order to plug it into my lap-top I had to remove the green piece on the end of the plug because the green end has a round device that has no place to fit on my PC.Could this be a problem??
 
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