Wireless optical mouse

MUSW Wireless optical mouse
Wireless optical rechargeable mouse

Wireless optical mouse

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Wireless optical mouse

MUSW User manual
Introduction Thank you for buying the Gembird® wireless optical mouse! This manual will help you install and use it properly. MUSW is a RF wireless optical mouse set with USB interface with the following main features: o Receiver is the battery charger at the same time o Reliable digital radio technology o Operational range 1.5 meters o Battery saving mode for longer battery life

Package contents Please o 1 o 1 o 2 o 1 check the following package contents of your Wireless optical mouse: x Wireless optical mouse x Mouse stand (receiver) with AC-DC power adapter x AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries x CD-ROM with software driver for the programmable buttons

Wireless optical mouse

Installation of the mouse batteries Step 1: Open the battery compartment Step 2: Insert the batteries as shown on the picture inside the battery compartment. Step 3: Close the cover.

Setting up the charger

To let the receiver charge the mouse battery: 1. Connect the supplied AC-DC Adaptor to the AC230V power outlet. 2. Connect the charge plug to the receiver. 3. Place the mouse on the stand.

Receiver installation

Connect the USB plug to the USB port of the computer.

Wireless optical mouse

CAUTION: Windows 98 or higher or Macintosh OS 8.6 or higher are required for the USB installation. For Windows, you might be prompted to insert the Windows software CD. Insert the software CD into the computer’s CD-ROM drive if and when you are asked to do so. Then follow the instructions on the screen.

Receiver indicato rs There are two indicators on the receiver (see the picture). 1. Connect LED: this indicator will flash when you press the Connect button (see the next chapter below for more details). When the receiver cha nges the ID successfully, the indicator will flash fast several times. 2. Charge LED: this indicator lights up whenever the mouse battery is charged, it will be turned off when the battery is full.

Wireless optical mouse

Changing the channel and secu rity ID Your mouse can be setup to work with 2 different Radio frequency channels (optional) and multiple security IDs. In this way you can have several wireless mice installed in the same room without interference to each other. To change the channel and/or security ID follow the steps below: 1. Press the Connect button on the receiver, Connect indicator will flash. 2. Press the Connect button at the bottom of the mouse.

Note: 1. The Connect LED will be lighted up when the connection is established. 2. You will have to follow the same connection procedure whenever you need to replace batteries.

Wireless optical mouse

Mouse battery recharging The mouse uses two AAA size Ni-MH rechargeable batteries. After installation of the fresh batteries, it is recommended to charge them (place the mouse on the charging stand) for 15 hours to prolong their life. Please, make sure the Charge indicator is ON when you charge the mouse. If you feel the wireless mouse does not work smoothly, then the most probable reason is that the batteries should be rechar ged. Please, put the mouse on the stand to charge them. Normally it takes 12 hours to get the batteries fully charged. NOTE: Some computers turn the power of the USB port off in the sleep mode. In this case the battery won’t be charged. Therefore you would have to k eep your computer always ON to charge the mouse.

Software Installation

The supplied driver lets you program the mouse buttons and works under Win95, Win98, Win98/ SE, Win 2000 and Win XP. Please, insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive of your computer. The driver will be installed automatically if the auto-run is enabled in your computer, otherwise you can manually launch the installation by double clicking the file

Wireless optical mouse

“setup.exe” on the CD. Then follow the on-screen instructions to finish the setup. A small mouse icon will appear in the Windows system tray after the installation. Double-click on the icon to change the mouse settings. Troubleshooting Problem description Mouse does not work upon installation Proposed solu tion Try one of the following: For optimal performance, place the receiver at least eight inches or 20 centimeters away from the mouse or other electrical devices, such as the computers, computer monitor, or external drive Make sure you have installed the batteries correctly. If you are working on a metal surface, try using a mouse pad and put the receiver on its side for better reception. Press the CONNECT button on the receiver, and then press the Connect button on the mouse. Try one of the following: Make sure the receiver cable is plugged into the correctly functioning USB port.

Mouse is not detected by the computer

Wireless optical mouse

The cursor on the screen does not move properly

Make sure your USB port is properly configured. Refer to your computer documentation for the correct configuration instructions. You may have other system devices (e.g. a LAN card) that conflicts with your mouse. Check the IRQ/address settings of these devices for conflicts, and change the settings. Try one of the following: Change the position of the receiver, because it might be too far from the mouse or perhaps computer monitor or another large metal object is interfering with the receiver’s radio channel. Charge the battery You might also need to change the mouse channel . Press the Connect button on the receiver, and then press the Connect button on the mouse. If your table surface is red or highly reflective like a mirror, the optical sensor of the mouse might not be able to operate properly. Try using a mouse pad or change the tabletop surface.