Tuesday, November 1, 2016

How to install wireless mouse?

Unpack the Equipment: –

Installing a wireless keyboard and mouse begins with unpacking all of the equipment from the box. If you purchased this as part of a rebate program, be sure to keep the UPC from the box. 

Your product box will probably contain the following items: 

•Wireless keyboard 

•Wireless mouse 


•Wireless receiver(s) 


•Batteries (if not, you may have to supply these) 


•Software (usually on a CD) 


•Manufacturer instructions 


If you are missing anything, contact either the retailer where you purchased the equipment or the manufacturer. Different products have different requirements so check the included instructions if you have them.

Setup the Keyboard & Mouse: –

Since the keyboard and mouse you’re installing are wireless, they can not receive power from the computer like wired keyboards and mice can which is why they require batteries. Turn the keyboard and mouse over and remove the battery compartment covers. Insert new batteries in the directions shown (match + with the + on the battery and visa-a-versa). 

Place the keyboard and mouse wherever comfortable on your desk. Please keep in mind proper ergonomics when deciding where to position your new equipment. Making the correct decision now can help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis in the future. 



Position the Wireless Receiver: –

The wireless receiver is the component that physically connects to your computer and picks up the wireless signals from your keyboard and mouse, allowing it to communicate with your system. 

Note:- Some setups will have two wireless receivers – one for the keyboard and the other for the mouse but the setup instructions will otherwise be the same. 

While the specific requirements vary from brand to brand, there are two considerations to keep in mind when choosing where to position the receiver: 

•Distance from Interference: Keep the receiver at least 8 inches (20 cm) away from sources of interference such as the computer monitor and computer case and other items that may cause interference such as fans, fluorescent lights, metal filing cabinets, etc.

•Distance from Keyboard and Mouse: The receiver should be positioned somewhere between 8 inches (20 cm) and 6 feet (1.8 m) from the keyboard and mouse. 

Important:- Do not connect the receiver to the computer quite yet. This is a future step when installing the wireless keyboard and mouse. 


Install the Software: –

Almost all new hardware has accompanying software that must be installed. This software contains drivers that tell the operating system on the computer how to work with the new hardware. 

The software provided for wireless keyboards and mice differ greatly between manufacturers so check with the instructions included with your purchase for specifics. Generally, though, all installation software is fairly straightforward: 

1. Insert the CD into the drive. The installation software should start automatically.

2. Read the on-screen instructions. If you’re not sure how to answer some questions during the setup process, accepting the default suggestions are a safe bet. 

Note:- If you do not have an existing mouse or keyboard or they are not functioning, this step should be your last one. Software is nearly impossible to install without a working keyboard and mouse!


Connect the Receiver to the Computer: –

Finally, with your computer turned on, plug the USB connector at the end of the receiver into a free USB port on the back (or front if need be) of your computer case. 

Note:- If you have no free USB ports, you may need to purchase a USB Hub which will give your computer access to additional USB ports
After plugging in the receiver, your computer will begin to configure the hardware for your computer to use. When the configuration is complete, you will probably see a message on the screen similar to “Your new hardware is now ready to use.” 

Test the New Keyboard & Mouse: –

Test the keyboard and mouse by opening some programs with your mouse and typing some text with your keyboard. It’s a good idea to test every key to ensure there were no issues during the 
manufacture of your new keyboard. 

If the keyboard and/or mouse do not function, check to make sure there is no interference and that the equipment is in range of the receiver. Also, check the troubleshooting information probably included with your manufacturer instructions. 

Remove the old keyboard and mouse from the computer if they are still connected. 

If you plan on disposing of your old equipment, check with IBM PC Recycling Service or Amandi Inc. for recycling information. If your keyboard or mouse is Dell-branded, they offer a completely free recycling service by mail (yes, Dell covers the postage) that I highly recommend you take advantage of.

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