MoGo offers a full line of small, credit-card-sized mice for laptop computers. MoGo mice are ergonomic and sized to fit and store in the PC card slot of a laptop. If you have a Toshiba laptop computer, you can make it easier to use by pairing it with a MoGo mouse. An external MoGo mouse is much easier to use than the touchpad or "eraser" type mouse found on some older Satellite models. Best of all, connecting a MoGo mouse is a task almost anyone can complete within a couple of minutes.
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Things you need
- Bluetooth adaptor
Insert the MoGo mouse into the PC Card slot of the Satellite laptop. When the Windows "Found New Hardware" screen pops up, click the "Don't show this message again for this device" option.
Wait for at least 60 minutes before attempting to remove the MoGo mouse from the PC Card slot. The MoGo mouse must completely charge before its initial use. When charging is complete, the LED indicator on the tip of the mouse will turn green.
Remove the MoGo mouse from the PC Card slot.
Insert a Bluetooth adaptor into an empty USB port on the Satellite notebook if the unit does not have Bluetooth capability already. If you do install a new Bluetooth adaptor, Windows should automatically detect and configure the adaptor for use with your Satellite notebook.
Click "Start" and then "Control Panel." Click "Hardware and Sound" and then "Bluetooth Devices" if using Windows 7. If using Windows Vista or XP, click "Bluetooth Devices" in the main "Control Panel" window.
Click the "Add a Device" option and wait for Windows to detect Bluetooth devices near your computer. After a minute or two, the MoGo mouse should display in the list of detected devices. Click and select the MoGo mouse and click the "Next" button.
Flip down the kickstand on the MoGo mouse if it has one. Press the "Connect" button until the LED light begins to flash.
Enter "0000" if prompted for a passkey or pin number for the MoGo mouse. Wait while Windows configures the MoGo Bluetooth mouse for use on your computer.
Test the mouse by moving the pointer on the screen and clicking on icons and folder to test the left and right mouse buttons.
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