A wireless mouse can mean a lot more freedom. Installing your new wireless mouse properly is a must, and it’s recommended that you always use the software that came with your new device before searching for wireless mouse drivers on the web.
USB Receiver Wireless Mouse
Locating the battery compartment is the first step to installing this type of wireless mouse. Once the batteries have been installed, plug the mouse into a USB port on your computer, and turn the mouse’s switch to ‘on’ if it has a switch. Then, insert the software CD that came with the mouse to install the drivers.
If you don’t have the CD, trying the manufacturer’s web site for a free download is a good idea. You may need to sync your new wireless mouse with your computer.
Check on the bottom of the mouse to see if there is a sync button. If there is, push and hold it until your computer notifies you that pairing has been successful. If your new mouse doesn’t have a sync button, it will most likely connect to your USB receiver automatically.