Leopard Install w/ Wireless Mighty Mouse

billabong

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Jan 7, 2004
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Has anyone else ran into problems when install Leopard w/ your Wireless Mighty Mouse... I inserted the CD clicked restart, then a screen came up saying to insert batteries and turn on the mouse.. Did that, tried new batteries and it just went to sleep... So I went to my old packaging and grabbed my wired mighty mouse, plugged it in and has been smooth sailing so far, it's installing right now but I'll keep you updated...
 

billabong

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Jan 7, 2004
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No worries it all worked out after that... Just something weird about not detecting the mouse..
 

mauzenne

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Oct 26, 2007
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I had the same issue (on iMac) ... finally got it to work, although not exactly sure how.
 

skinnylegs

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May 8, 2006
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San Diego
You simply need to remove then replace the batteries in your MM when the screen pops up. You can then proceed forward with the installation.
 

oogje

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Jun 4, 2002
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nyc
You simply need to remove then replace the batteries in your MM when the screen pops up. You can then proceed forward with the installation.
Darn, the install fooled me into inserting a fresh set of batteries although I was pretty sure the ones already in the mouse were still good. Well, I'm thankful the install schematic didn't show a graphic of a person jumping into a creek.
 
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