Targus Screen Scroller Mouse User Manual

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Screen Scroller Mouse

 

 

Making Your Mobile Life Easier.

 

 

 

USER’S GUIDE

 

 

 

Visit our Web site at: www.targus.com

 

 

 

Making Your Mobile Life Easier.

 

 

 

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Screen Scroller Mouse

Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase of a Screen Scroller Mouse. The scroll feature of this ergonomically designed mouse enhances your internet browsing capabilities and enables you to quickly access program features options supported under the Windows® operating system.

NOTE: If you are running the Macintosh operating system, the Screen Scroller Mouse emulates a one button mouse.

The mouse connects directly to your computer’s USB port. Alternatively, if you are using the Windows® operating system, you can use the supplied PS/2 adapter to connect the mouse to your computer’s PS/2 port.

This user’s guide describes how to connect the mouse to your computer, install the default device drivers and personalize the mouse features for the following mouse models:

PAUM002 v2 – Targus Mini Screen Scroller Mouse

PAUM003 v2 – Targus Optical Mini Screen Scroller Mouse

NW03BM – Targus Noteworthy Desktop Optical Screen

Scroller Mouse

NW04MM – Targus Noteworthy Optical Screen Scroller Mini Mouse

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System Requirements

To use the mouse, your computer must meet the following hardware requirements and run one of the operating systems listed below.

Hardware Operating System

• PC with a Intel® Pentium® processor • Windows® 98/Me/

or equivalent and a hard disk drive

2000/XP

• 64 MB RAM or higher, depending on • Windows NT® the operating system (PS/2 only)

USB version 1.1 interface or PS/2 port

Mac OS X and higher (USB only)

Connecting the Mouse to Your Computer

Depending on the operating system you are running, you can connect the mouse to either your computer’s USB port or, using the supplied PS/2 adapter, you can connect the mouse to your computer’s PS/2 port.

Connecting the Mouse to the USB Port

NOTE: If you are running the Windows NT® operating system, you must connect the mouse to your computer’s PS/2 port.See “Connecting the Mouse to the PS/2 Port.”

To connect the mouse to an available USB port:

1Turn off your computer.

2Plug the standard USB end of the cable into an available USB port on your computer.

You are now ready to install the device drivers for your operating system.

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Connecting the Mouse to the PS/2 Port

NOTE: If you are running the Macintosh operating system, the you must connect the mouse to your computer’s USB port. See “Connecting the Mouse to the USB Port.”

To connect the mouse to an available PS/2 port:

1Turn off your computer.

2Disconnect the existing mouse, if one is attached.

3Plug the standard USB end of the cable into the USB port on the PS/2 adapter

Screen scroller mouse and PS/2 adapter

4Plug the PS/2 adapter into an available PS/2 port on your computer.

You are now ready to install the device drivers for your operating system.

NOTE: Only the standard scrolling features are available when the mouse is connected to the PS/2 port.

Installing the Device Drivers

If the operating system you are running supports Plug and Play operation, it installs the default device drivers automatically. Otherwise, use the following procedures to install the default device drivers for your operating system.

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Windows® 98/Me Operating Systems

1Turn on your computer.

The Add New Hardware Wizard appears.

If it does not, the operating system has installed the default driver automatically. No other steps are necessary.

2Click Next.

The locate driver screen appears.

3Select “Search for the best driver for your device. (Recommended),” and then click Next.

The wizard searches for the appropriate device driver.

4Click Next.

5Click Finish to complete the driver installation.

You are now ready to use the mouse.

Windows® 2000/XP Operating Systems

1Turn on your computer.

The Found New Hardware Wizard appears.

If it does not, the operating system has installed the default driver automatically. No other steps are necessary.

2Click Next.

The wizard searches for the appropriate device driver.

3Click Next.

4Click Finish to complete the driver installation

You are now ready to use the mouse.

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Using the Mouse

The following mouse features are factory set and cannot be personalized.

Feature

Description

Screen scroller

Moves the cursor when you roll the

 

wheel.

Right button

Launches the context menu and

 

provides secondary drag functions.

Horizontal scrolling

Moves the cursor along the horizontal

 

scroll bar when you press the Shift key

 

while rolling the wheel.

The left mouse button is preset as the primary button which provides click, double-clickand drag functions.

Maintaining the Mouse

To improve the performance of your mouse, keep it free of dust and dirt by following the cleaning procedures described below.

Cleaning the Mouse, Scroller Wheel and Mouse Ball

1Unplug the USB connector from the computer or, if you are using the PS/2 adapter, turn off the computer.

2Clean the outer surface of the mouse using a lint-freecloth and mild soap and water.

3Clean the scroller wheel using a lint-freecloth or cotton swab and rubbing alcohol. For best results, wipe the wheel across, from side to side.

NOTE: You can use adhesive tape to remove dust or lint from the scroller wheel.

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4Turn the mouse over and rotate the mouse ball retainer counter-clockwiseuntil it’s loose.

Unlocking the mouse ball retainer

5 Remove the retainer and the mouse ball.

Removing the mouse ball

6Clean the mouse ball and the two black rollers inside the mouse using a lint-freecloth or cotton swab and rubbing alcohol.

Cleaning the mouse

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7Replace the mouse ball and the retainer. Turn the retainer clockwise until it is secure.

8Plug the USB connector back into the computer’s USB port or, if you are using the PS/2 adapter, turn on the computer.

Cleaning the Optical Sensor (Mouse Models PAUM003 v2, NW03BM and NW04MM)

1Unplug the USB connector from the computer or, if you are using the PS/2 adapter, turn off the computer.

2Using a cotton swab and mild soap and water, gently wipe the optical sensor until it is clean. Never scratch the surface of the sensor.

3Plug the USB connector back into the computer’s USB port or, if you are using the PS/2 adapter, turn on the computer.

Things to Remember

Safety Measures

Mouse Models PAUM003 v2, NW03BM and NW04MM

If you are using an optical mouse, never point the optical sensor toward the face, particularly the eyes, to avoid possible injury.

Operating Hints

Mouse Models PAUM003 v2, NW03BM and NW04MM

If you are using an optical mouse, for optimal performance:

Never use the mouse on a glass or mirrored surface or on black velvet as these surfaces will cause the mouse to fail temporarily.

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Avoid using the mouse on surfaces with repetitive patterns, such as printed magazine photographs, as this type of surface may cause the mouse to respond slowly or fail temporarily.

Comfortable Usage

All Mouse Models

Research suggests that physical discomfort and injury to nerves, tendons, and muscles may be related to repetitive motion, an improperly set up work area, incorrect body posture, and poor work habits.

To reduce the risk of injury, follow these precautions:

Stand, stretch, and move around several times every hour.

Switch hands while performing tasks. Use shortcut keys to avoid repetitive or awkward mouse movements.

Relax your shoulders and keep your elbows at your sides. Adjust the keyboard’s position so that you don’t have to stretch to reach it.

Adjust your position so that you don’t have to bend your wrists to type; avoid placing your wrists on a sharp edge.

If you feel discomfort or numbness in your hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, neck, or back while typing, consult a qualified medical professional.

Technical Support

In the unlikely event that you encounter a problem with your Targus accessory, please contact our technical support team at:

Email: techsupport@targus.com

Internet: http://www.targus.com/support.asp

Our knowledgeable staff is also available to answer your questions through one of the following telephone numbers.

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US

Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. (08:00) to 8:00 p.m. (20:00) Eastern time: 800-283-6325

Canada

Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. (09:00) to 5:00 p.m. (17:00) Eastern time: 888-827-4877

Europe

Belgium

+32

0 02-717-2451

Denmark

+45

0 35-25-8751

France

+33

0 1-64-53-9151

Germany

+49

0 21-16-579-1151

Italy

+39

0 24-827-1151

Netherlands

+31

0 53-484-9470

Spain

+34

0 91-745-6221

Sweden

+46

0 8-751-4058

Switzerland

+41

0 1-212-0007

United Kingdom

+44

0 20-7744-0330

Eastern Europe & others

+31

0 53-484-9479

Product Registration

For more efficient customer service and to activate the product’s warranty, Targus recommends that you register your Targus accessory shortly after purchasing it.

To register your Targus accessory, go to: http://www.targus.com/registration.asp

You will need to provide your full name, email address, phone number, and company information (if applicable).

Warranty

Targus warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one year. If your Targus accessory is found to be defective within that time, we will promptly repair or replace it. This warranty does not cover accidental damage, wear and tear, or consequential or incidental loss. Under no conditions is Targus liable for

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