How do I get my Microsoft wireless mouse to work?

How do I get my Microsoft wireless mouse to work?

Pair your mouse with Bluetooth Press and hold the pair button on the bottom of the mouse until the LED light starts to flash (about 5 seconds). On your Windows 11 PC, select Connect if a notification appears for your mouse, then wait for it to get set up.

How do I connect my Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 Bluetooth?

“To pair the mouse, push and hold down the button on bottom of mouse, until light flashes green then red (I think those are the colors), once you do that go into the add new bluetooth device and add it. Once it pairs the lights will stop blinking, and mouse will start to work.”

Why is my Microsoft wireless mouse not working?

If the mouse does not work with more than one computer, the mouse is bad and should be replaced. If you are using a wired mouse, check the mouse wire. If the wire has been partially cut or is frayed, this is likely the cause of the mouse not working. Replace the mouse if this is the case.

Why is my hp wireless mouse not working?

HP wireless mouse may not work due to improper connection of the receiver. If unknowingly you connect the receiver to a different port, then it may cause serious issue with HP wireless mouse. If the connected port is corrupt and if the port is experiencing any problem, then the wireless mouse may not work properly.

How do I Fix my wireless mouse?

The most common problems with any Logitech mouse can usually be fixed by securing the wired connection, replacing the batteries on a wireless mouse, removing radio interference, reinstalling the mouse’s software and driver, and cleaning the trackball or laser. One of these methods usually fixes any Logitech mouse.

How to connect Microsoft wireless laser mouse 5000?

Turn on your PC’s Bluetooth transceiver.

  • Put batteries in the mouse.
  • Power on the mouse.
  • Go to your computer’s Bluetooth setting and have it scan available Bluetooth devices nearby.
  • Pull down the mouse’s Bluetooth switch while your computer is scanning, so your computer can detect it.
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