Folks, whenever you have a problem with a wireless device that is not Bluetooth, it will
have absolutely nothing to do with Windwows. Windows can neither detect nor access any
wireless device that isn't WiFi or Bluetooth.
If you have a wireless mouse that isn't Bluetooth, the wireless part has no communication
with Windows whatsoever. The communication is between the wireless mouse and whatever you
plugged into your computer. At that point, Windows sees it as a wired mouse.
If you are having interference, you have two choices: change the mouse channel (see your
instructions) or change devices.
If your device is Bluetooth, use encryption. (Go to