I just purchased a wireless mouse a few weeks ago. It came in without a dongle for it. I contacted the seller who wouldn't replace it or send the dongle. I didn't have to send him the mouse back. And he refunded me the money. So now I have a mouse without a dongle. It says it's a 2.4ghz from the description. And I have another wireless mouse with a 2.4ghz dongle. But it doesn't work with it. So either it's not truly 2.4ghz or it doesn't work with the dongle I have. I really do not want to throw out a perfectly good working mouse just because there is no dongle. I've tried searching online to see if I could find one that might work with it. But all that comes up is a Logitech unifying receiver but it's for Logitech keyboard and mice. This is a non branded one that probably came from china. I didn't want an expensive mouse because it's for an old laptop that the hard drive is probably starting to go. So it's used just for searching the internet and hooking it up to the TV to watch movies and the track pad and buttons no longer work. I have another one that's a year old that is my main computer. I don't want to have to buy another mouse when I have one that is working if I can find a dongle that will work with it.
Any help would be appreciated. The laptop I'm trying to get it to work on is a Dell Studio 15 with Windows 7. It really had nothing to do with the computer and everything to do with finding a dongle that will communicate to the mouse and work with it.