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GE wireless mouse not working (Windows 10)


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Hello, I have a GE wireless mouse model 99914 that will not work with my windows 10 upgrade. I looked in device manager and it is recognizing the USB dongle but the mouse will not work.

Any suggestions?
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If the mouse has a driver install it if not uninstall currently installed mouse driver and reconnect the wireless mouse to let Windows 10 install driver for the mouse.


Edited by FreeBooter, 08 December 2016 - 03:01 AM.

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If the mouse has a driver install it if not uninstall currently installed mouse driver and reconnect the wireless mouse to let Windows 10 install driver for the mouse.

I have done this 3 or 4 times and I have tried multiple USB ports and it just will not connect. My mouse does not have a connect button on it. There are no drivers available for the mouse either.


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Could be help here,


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Yeah I watched that video last night. No joy.
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Problem is with the mouse setup or mouse is not compatible with Windows 10.


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