IBM 31P6662 Download Drivers

Available 6 files for 31P6662
Company
IBM
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
IBM 31P6662
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
1.9msste2k.exe
Info
Contents

Welcome! 1-1
Optical Wireless Mouse Installation 1-2
ID Mode Settings 1-3
Using the Optical Wireless Mouse 1-4
Mouse Care and Troubleshooting 1-5
Warranty Information 1-6
1-1 Welcome!

Congratulations on your purchase of your new Optical Wireless Mouse. This manual contains information that will assist you in installing, operating, and caring for your Optical Wireless Mouse.

Product Description:

The Optical Wireless Mouse was designed to give you freedom of movement and an enjoyable experience while working or gaming. Its sleek, comfortable design makes ordinary tasks easier and helps offer a new level of comfort to your PC computing experience.

The mouse works with IBM and IBM-compatible computers and is supported by Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Note: If you are connecting the mouse to a notebook that has an onboard pointing device or if you are using a keyboard with an onboard pointing device, you may need to disable that device before installing and using the mouse.

The package contains:

Optical Wireless Mouse
RF receiver with USB connector
USB to PS/2 Adapter
CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse
Optical Wireless Mouse User's Manual
Warranty Information
2 AA Batteries

1-2 Optical Wireless Mouse Installation

Your Optical Wireless Mouse installation is fast and easy. It can be completed in 3 simple steps. Note: After installing the driver software on your computer you will need to shut down and reboot your system. Make sure that all work is saved and all programs are closed before installing this device.

Step 1 - Battery Installation:
1. Locate the two AA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Optical Wireless Mouse package.
2. Remove the battery cover from the compartment at the back of your Optical Wireless Mouse. 3. Install the two batteries into the compartment paying close attention to proper polarities. 4. Replace the battery compartment cover.

Step 2 - Connecting the Receiver:
PS/2 Installation
1. Make sure your computer is turned off.
2. Locate the round 6-pin (PS/2) connector at the end of receiver cable.
3. Connect this to an available round 6-pin (PS/2) port at the back of your computer.
4. Turn your computer on.

USB Installation (Note: If you have Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT Workstation, these operating systems do not support USB.)
1. Make sure that your computer is turned on.
2. Remove the USB to PS/2 adapter at the base of the cord and locate a rectangular USB port on your computer or USB hub.
3. Plug the USB (rectangular) connector into the USB port and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 3 - Software Installation:
Included in your package is a CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse. Note: If you are installing this device running Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you may encounter a message stating "Digital Signature Not Found" or this device has not passed the Windows XP logo testing. Select Yes to continue the installation running Windows 2000 or click Continue Anyway to complete the installation running Windows XP.
1. Insert the Mouse Suite CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive and then follow the setup program instructions on your screen. Note: If the setup program does not appear, please refer to steps 2-5 listed below.
2. Click the Start button at the left hand corner of the computer screen.
3. Click Run. Type :\setup. For example, if your CD-ROM drive letter is (E:), type e:\setup.
4. Click OK.
5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the Mouse Suite software installation.

Once the Mouse Suite software installation is completed, you can start using your Optical Wireless Mouse.

1-3 ID Mode Settings

Non-ID Mode (Default)
By default, your receiver operates in Non-ID Mode. To avoid interferences with other devices, it is recommended that you leave your receiver in this mode.

ID Mode
If you are experiencing disturbances from other devices, you can switch to ID Mode. To switch to ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver until the green light turns on. Then press the small black button located on the bottom of the mouse. The green light on the receiver will turn off several seconds after releasing the button on the mouse. ID mode is active.
Note: By replacing the batteries, your mouse will automatically revert to its default Non-ID Mode. You will need to repeat this procedure to continue using your mouse in ID Mode.

To return to Non-ID Mode from ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver for approximately 5 seconds. The light will dim after releasing the button. When the light is dimmed, the receiver will return to Non-ID Mode.
Company
IBM
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
IBM 31P6662
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
1.9msestew95.exe
Info
Contents

Welcome! 1-1
Optical Wireless Mouse Installation 1-2
ID Mode Settings 1-3
Using the Optical Wireless Mouse 1-4
Mouse Care and Troubleshooting 1-5
Warranty Information 1-6
1-1 Welcome!

Congratulations on your purchase of your new Optical Wireless Mouse. This manual contains information that will assist you in installing, operating, and caring for your Optical Wireless Mouse.

Product Description:

The Optical Wireless Mouse was designed to give you freedom of movement and an enjoyable experience while working or gaming. Its sleek, comfortable design makes ordinary tasks easier and helps offer a new level of comfort to your PC computing experience.

The mouse works with IBM and IBM-compatible computers and is supported by Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Note: If you are connecting the mouse to a notebook that has an onboard pointing device or if you are using a keyboard with an onboard pointing device, you may need to disable that device before installing and using the mouse.

The package contains:

Optical Wireless Mouse
RF receiver with USB connector
USB to PS/2 Adapter
CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse
Optical Wireless Mouse User's Manual
Warranty Information
2 AA Batteries

1-2 Optical Wireless Mouse Installation

Your Optical Wireless Mouse installation is fast and easy. It can be completed in 3 simple steps. Note: After installing the driver software on your computer you will need to shut down and reboot your system. Make sure that all work is saved and all programs are closed before installing this device.

Step 1 - Battery Installation:
1. Locate the two AA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Optical Wireless Mouse package.
2. Remove the battery cover from the compartment at the back of your Optical Wireless Mouse. 3. Install the two batteries into the compartment paying close attention to proper polarities. 4. Replace the battery compartment cover.

Step 2 - Connecting the Receiver:
PS/2 Installation
1. Make sure your computer is turned off.
2. Locate the round 6-pin (PS/2) connector at the end of receiver cable.
3. Connect this to an available round 6-pin (PS/2) port at the back of your computer.
4. Turn your computer on.

USB Installation (Note: If you have Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT Workstation, these operating systems do not support USB.)
1. Make sure that your computer is turned on.
2. Remove the USB to PS/2 adapter at the base of the cord and locate a rectangular USB port on your computer or USB hub.
3. Plug the USB (rectangular) connector into the USB port and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 3 - Software Installation:
Included in your package is a CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse. Note: If you are installing this device running Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you may encounter a message stating "Digital Signature Not Found" or this device has not passed the Windows XP logo testing. Select Yes to continue the installation running Windows 2000 or click Continue Anyway to complete the installation running Windows XP.
1. Insert the Mouse Suite CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive and then follow the setup program instructions on your screen. Note: If the setup program does not appear, please refer to steps 2-5 listed below.
2. Click the Start button at the left hand corner of the computer screen.
3. Click Run. Type :\setup. For example, if your CD-ROM drive letter is (E:), type e:\setup.
4. Click OK.
5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the Mouse Suite software installation.

Once the Mouse Suite software installation is completed, you can start using your Optical Wireless Mouse.

1-3 ID Mode Settings

Non-ID Mode (Default)
By default, your receiver operates in Non-ID Mode. To avoid interferences with other devices, it is recommended that you leave your receiver in this mode.

ID Mode
If you are experiencing disturbances from other devices, you can switch to ID Mode. To switch to ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver until the green light turns on. Then press the small black button located on the bottom of the mouse. The green light on the receiver will turn off several seconds after releasing the button on the mouse. ID mode is active.
Note: By replacing the batteries, your mouse will automatically revert to its default Non-ID Mode. You will need to repeat this procedure to continue using your mouse in ID Mode.

To return to Non-ID Mode from ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver for approximately 5 seconds. The light will dim after releasing the button. When the light is dimmed, the receiver will return to Non-ID Mode.
Company
IBM
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
IBM 31P6662
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98-98Se
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
1.9msestew98.exe
Info
Contents

Welcome! 1-1
Optical Wireless Mouse Installation 1-2
ID Mode Settings 1-3
Using the Optical Wireless Mouse 1-4
Mouse Care and Troubleshooting 1-5
Warranty Information 1-6
1-1 Welcome!

Congratulations on your purchase of your new Optical Wireless Mouse. This manual contains information that will assist you in installing, operating, and caring for your Optical Wireless Mouse.

Product Description:

The Optical Wireless Mouse was designed to give you freedom of movement and an enjoyable experience while working or gaming. Its sleek, comfortable design makes ordinary tasks easier and helps offer a new level of comfort to your PC computing experience.

The mouse works with IBM and IBM-compatible computers and is supported by Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Note: If you are connecting the mouse to a notebook that has an onboard pointing device or if you are using a keyboard with an onboard pointing device, you may need to disable that device before installing and using the mouse.

The package contains:

Optical Wireless Mouse
RF receiver with USB connector
USB to PS/2 Adapter
CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse
Optical Wireless Mouse User's Manual
Warranty Information
2 AA Batteries

1-2 Optical Wireless Mouse Installation

Your Optical Wireless Mouse installation is fast and easy. It can be completed in 3 simple steps. Note: After installing the driver software on your computer you will need to shut down and reboot your system. Make sure that all work is saved and all programs are closed before installing this device.

Step 1 - Battery Installation:
1. Locate the two AA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Optical Wireless Mouse package.
2. Remove the battery cover from the compartment at the back of your Optical Wireless Mouse. 3. Install the two batteries into the compartment paying close attention to proper polarities. 4. Replace the battery compartment cover.

Step 2 - Connecting the Receiver:
PS/2 Installation
1. Make sure your computer is turned off.
2. Locate the round 6-pin (PS/2) connector at the end of receiver cable.
3. Connect this to an available round 6-pin (PS/2) port at the back of your computer.
4. Turn your computer on.

USB Installation (Note: If you have Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT Workstation, these operating systems do not support USB.)
1. Make sure that your computer is turned on.
2. Remove the USB to PS/2 adapter at the base of the cord and locate a rectangular USB port on your computer or USB hub.
3. Plug the USB (rectangular) connector into the USB port and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 3 - Software Installation:
Included in your package is a CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse. Note: If you are installing this device running Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you may encounter a message stating "Digital Signature Not Found" or this device has not passed the Windows XP logo testing. Select Yes to continue the installation running Windows 2000 or click Continue Anyway to complete the installation running Windows XP.
1. Insert the Mouse Suite CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive and then follow the setup program instructions on your screen. Note: If the setup program does not appear, please refer to steps 2-5 listed below.
2. Click the Start button at the left hand corner of the computer screen.
3. Click Run. Type :\setup. For example, if your CD-ROM drive letter is (E:), type e:\setup.
4. Click OK.
5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the Mouse Suite software installation.

Once the Mouse Suite software installation is completed, you can start using your Optical Wireless Mouse.

1-3 ID Mode Settings

Non-ID Mode (Default)
By default, your receiver operates in Non-ID Mode. To avoid interferences with other devices, it is recommended that you leave your receiver in this mode.

ID Mode
If you are experiencing disturbances from other devices, you can switch to ID Mode. To switch to ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver until the green light turns on. Then press the small black button located on the bottom of the mouse. The green light on the receiver will turn off several seconds after releasing the button on the mouse. ID mode is active.
Note: By replacing the batteries, your mouse will automatically revert to its default Non-ID Mode. You will need to repeat this procedure to continue using your mouse in ID Mode.

To return to Non-ID Mode from ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver for approximately 5 seconds. The light will dim after releasing the button. When the light is dimmed, the receiver will return to Non-ID Mode.
Company
IBM
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
IBM 31P6662
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows Me
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
1.9msesteme.exe
Info
Contents

Welcome! 1-1
Optical Wireless Mouse Installation 1-2
ID Mode Settings 1-3
Using the Optical Wireless Mouse 1-4
Mouse Care and Troubleshooting 1-5
Warranty Information 1-6
1-1 Welcome!

Congratulations on your purchase of your new Optical Wireless Mouse. This manual contains information that will assist you in installing, operating, and caring for your Optical Wireless Mouse.

Product Description:

The Optical Wireless Mouse was designed to give you freedom of movement and an enjoyable experience while working or gaming. Its sleek, comfortable design makes ordinary tasks easier and helps offer a new level of comfort to your PC computing experience.

The mouse works with IBM and IBM-compatible computers and is supported by Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Note: If you are connecting the mouse to a notebook that has an onboard pointing device or if you are using a keyboard with an onboard pointing device, you may need to disable that device before installing and using the mouse.

The package contains:

Optical Wireless Mouse
RF receiver with USB connector
USB to PS/2 Adapter
CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse
Optical Wireless Mouse User's Manual
Warranty Information
2 AA Batteries

1-2 Optical Wireless Mouse Installation

Your Optical Wireless Mouse installation is fast and easy. It can be completed in 3 simple steps. Note: After installing the driver software on your computer you will need to shut down and reboot your system. Make sure that all work is saved and all programs are closed before installing this device.

Step 1 - Battery Installation:
1. Locate the two AA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Optical Wireless Mouse package.
2. Remove the battery cover from the compartment at the back of your Optical Wireless Mouse. 3. Install the two batteries into the compartment paying close attention to proper polarities. 4. Replace the battery compartment cover.

Step 2 - Connecting the Receiver:
PS/2 Installation
1. Make sure your computer is turned off.
2. Locate the round 6-pin (PS/2) connector at the end of receiver cable.
3. Connect this to an available round 6-pin (PS/2) port at the back of your computer.
4. Turn your computer on.

USB Installation (Note: If you have Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT Workstation, these operating systems do not support USB.)
1. Make sure that your computer is turned on.
2. Remove the USB to PS/2 adapter at the base of the cord and locate a rectangular USB port on your computer or USB hub.
3. Plug the USB (rectangular) connector into the USB port and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 3 - Software Installation:
Included in your package is a CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse. Note: If you are installing this device running Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you may encounter a message stating "Digital Signature Not Found" or this device has not passed the Windows XP logo testing. Select Yes to continue the installation running Windows 2000 or click Continue Anyway to complete the installation running Windows XP.
1. Insert the Mouse Suite CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive and then follow the setup program instructions on your screen. Note: If the setup program does not appear, please refer to steps 2-5 listed below.
2. Click the Start button at the left hand corner of the computer screen.
3. Click Run. Type :\setup. For example, if your CD-ROM drive letter is (E:), type e:\setup.
4. Click OK.
5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the Mouse Suite software installation.

Once the Mouse Suite software installation is completed, you can start using your Optical Wireless Mouse.

1-3 ID Mode Settings

Non-ID Mode (Default)
By default, your receiver operates in Non-ID Mode. To avoid interferences with other devices, it is recommended that you leave your receiver in this mode.

ID Mode
If you are experiencing disturbances from other devices, you can switch to ID Mode. To switch to ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver until the green light turns on. Then press the small black button located on the bottom of the mouse. The green light on the receiver will turn off several seconds after releasing the button on the mouse. ID mode is active.
Note: By replacing the batteries, your mouse will automatically revert to its default Non-ID Mode. You will need to repeat this procedure to continue using your mouse in ID Mode.

To return to Non-ID Mode from ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver for approximately 5 seconds. The light will dim after releasing the button. When the light is dimmed, the receiver will return to Non-ID Mode.
Company
IBM
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
IBM 31P6662
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT4
Size Driver
1.3Mb
File Name
1.9msstent4.exe
Info
Contents

Welcome! 1-1
Optical Wireless Mouse Installation 1-2
ID Mode Settings 1-3
Using the Optical Wireless Mouse 1-4
Mouse Care and Troubleshooting 1-5
Warranty Information 1-6
1-1 Welcome!

Congratulations on your purchase of your new Optical Wireless Mouse. This manual contains information that will assist you in installing, operating, and caring for your Optical Wireless Mouse.

Product Description:

The Optical Wireless Mouse was designed to give you freedom of movement and an enjoyable experience while working or gaming. Its sleek, comfortable design makes ordinary tasks easier and helps offer a new level of comfort to your PC computing experience.

The mouse works with IBM and IBM-compatible computers and is supported by Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Note: If you are connecting the mouse to a notebook that has an onboard pointing device or if you are using a keyboard with an onboard pointing device, you may need to disable that device before installing and using the mouse.

The package contains:

Optical Wireless Mouse
RF receiver with USB connector
USB to PS/2 Adapter
CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse
Optical Wireless Mouse User's Manual
Warranty Information
2 AA Batteries

1-2 Optical Wireless Mouse Installation

Your Optical Wireless Mouse installation is fast and easy. It can be completed in 3 simple steps. Note: After installing the driver software on your computer you will need to shut down and reboot your system. Make sure that all work is saved and all programs are closed before installing this device.

Step 1 - Battery Installation:
1. Locate the two AA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Optical Wireless Mouse package.
2. Remove the battery cover from the compartment at the back of your Optical Wireless Mouse. 3. Install the two batteries into the compartment paying close attention to proper polarities. 4. Replace the battery compartment cover.

Step 2 - Connecting the Receiver:
PS/2 Installation
1. Make sure your computer is turned off.
2. Locate the round 6-pin (PS/2) connector at the end of receiver cable.
3. Connect this to an available round 6-pin (PS/2) port at the back of your computer.
4. Turn your computer on.

USB Installation (Note: If you have Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT Workstation, these operating systems do not support USB.)
1. Make sure that your computer is turned on.
2. Remove the USB to PS/2 adapter at the base of the cord and locate a rectangular USB port on your computer or USB hub.
3. Plug the USB (rectangular) connector into the USB port and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 3 - Software Installation:
Included in your package is a CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse. Note: If you are installing this device running Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you may encounter a message stating "Digital Signature Not Found" or this device has not passed the Windows XP logo testing. Select Yes to continue the installation running Windows 2000 or click Continue Anyway to complete the installation running Windows XP.
1. Insert the Mouse Suite CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive and then follow the setup program instructions on your screen. Note: If the setup program does not appear, please refer to steps 2-5 listed below.
2. Click the Start button at the left hand corner of the computer screen.
3. Click Run. Type :\setup. For example, if your CD-ROM drive letter is (E:), type e:\setup.
4. Click OK.
5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the Mouse Suite software installation.

Once the Mouse Suite software installation is completed, you can start using your Optical Wireless Mouse.

1-3 ID Mode Settings

Non-ID Mode (Default)
By default, your receiver operates in Non-ID Mode. To avoid interferences with other devices, it is recommended that you leave your receiver in this mode.

ID Mode
If you are experiencing disturbances from other devices, you can switch to ID Mode. To switch to ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver until the green light turns on. Then press the small black button located on the bottom of the mouse. The green light on the receiver will turn off several seconds after releasing the button on the mouse. ID mode is active.
Note: By replacing the batteries, your mouse will automatically revert to its default Non-ID Mode. You will need to repeat this procedure to continue using your mouse in ID Mode.

To return to Non-ID Mode from ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver for approximately 5 seconds. The light will dim after releasing the button. When the light is dimmed, the receiver will return to Non-ID Mode.
Company
IBM
Categories
Mouse & Keyboard & Other Input
Model
IBM 31P6662
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows XP
Size Driver
1.2Mb
File Name
msste1.9xp.exe
Info
Contents

Welcome! 1-1
Optical Wireless Mouse Installation 1-2
ID Mode Settings 1-3
Using the Optical Wireless Mouse 1-4
Mouse Care and Troubleshooting 1-5
Warranty Information 1-6
1-1 Welcome!

Congratulations on your purchase of your new Optical Wireless Mouse. This manual contains information that will assist you in installing, operating, and caring for your Optical Wireless Mouse.

Product Description:

The Optical Wireless Mouse was designed to give you freedom of movement and an enjoyable experience while working or gaming. Its sleek, comfortable design makes ordinary tasks easier and helps offer a new level of comfort to your PC computing experience.

The mouse works with IBM and IBM-compatible computers and is supported by Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Note: If you are connecting the mouse to a notebook that has an onboard pointing device or if you are using a keyboard with an onboard pointing device, you may need to disable that device before installing and using the mouse.

The package contains:

Optical Wireless Mouse
RF receiver with USB connector
USB to PS/2 Adapter
CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse
Optical Wireless Mouse User's Manual
Warranty Information
2 AA Batteries

1-2 Optical Wireless Mouse Installation

Your Optical Wireless Mouse installation is fast and easy. It can be completed in 3 simple steps. Note: After installing the driver software on your computer you will need to shut down and reboot your system. Make sure that all work is saved and all programs are closed before installing this device.

Step 1 - Battery Installation:
1. Locate the two AA sized 1.5 Volt batteries that came in your Optical Wireless Mouse package.
2. Remove the battery cover from the compartment at the back of your Optical Wireless Mouse. 3. Install the two batteries into the compartment paying close attention to proper polarities. 4. Replace the battery compartment cover.

Step 2 - Connecting the Receiver:
PS/2 Installation
1. Make sure your computer is turned off.
2. Locate the round 6-pin (PS/2) connector at the end of receiver cable.
3. Connect this to an available round 6-pin (PS/2) port at the back of your computer.
4. Turn your computer on.

USB Installation (Note: If you have Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT Workstation, these operating systems do not support USB.)
1. Make sure that your computer is turned on.
2. Remove the USB to PS/2 adapter at the base of the cord and locate a rectangular USB port on your computer or USB hub.
3. Plug the USB (rectangular) connector into the USB port and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 3 - Software Installation:
Included in your package is a CD-ROM containing driver software for the Optical Wireless Mouse. Note: If you are installing this device running Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you may encounter a message stating "Digital Signature Not Found" or this device has not passed the Windows XP logo testing. Select Yes to continue the installation running Windows 2000 or click Continue Anyway to complete the installation running Windows XP.
1. Insert the Mouse Suite CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive and then follow the setup program instructions on your screen. Note: If the setup program does not appear, please refer to steps 2-5 listed below.
2. Click the Start button at the left hand corner of the computer screen.
3. Click Run. Type :\setup. For example, if your CD-ROM drive letter is (E:), type e:\setup.
4. Click OK.
5. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the Mouse Suite software installation.

Once the Mouse Suite software installation is completed, you can start using your Optical Wireless Mouse.

1-3 ID Mode Settings

Non-ID Mode (Default)
By default, your receiver operates in Non-ID Mode. To avoid interferences with other devices, it is recommended that you leave your receiver in this mode.

ID Mode
If you are experiencing disturbances from other devices, you can switch to ID Mode. To switch to ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver until the green light turns on. Then press the small black button located on the bottom of the mouse. The green light on the receiver will turn off several seconds after releasing the button on the mouse. ID mode is active.
Note: By replacing the batteries, your mouse will automatically revert to its default Non-ID Mode. You will need to repeat this procedure to continue using your mouse in ID Mode.

To return to Non-ID Mode from ID Mode, press the small black button located on the top of the receiver for approximately 5 seconds. The light will dim after releasing the button. When the light is dimmed, the receiver will return to Non-ID Mode.
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