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What's the make and model # of your mouse please? Thanks.

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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Mouse bluetooth freeze 32 bit 526


Step 1:
Check for weak batteries. Remove the battery cover by pressing down on the cover at the tab, then pulling the cover away. Take out the batteries and replace them with fresh batteries, inserting them according to the markings in the battery compartment. Replace the cover. Test the mouse to see if the problem is resolved. Check for Windows configuration issues. Windows must be configured to use Bluetooth devices in general. Click "Start" > "Control Panel" > "Hardware and Sound" > "Bluetooth Devices". This opens the Bluetooth Devices window. Click the "Options" tab and check the box next to "Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer" if it is not already checked. Click the "OK" button. Test the mouse to see if the problem is resolved. Check for installation issues. Your particular Bluetooth mouse must be properly installed on Windows. If the mouse is not recognized at all by your notebook, connect a wired mouse. Again, click "Start" > "Control Panel" > "Hardware and Sound" > "Bluetooth Devices". Click the "Add" button to start the Bluetooth Device Wizard. Follow the prompts in the wizard. When the wizard finishes, test the mouse to see if the problem is resolved. Check for location issues. The device may be either too close to or too far from your notebook. Move the mouse progressively closer and farther and test to see if the problem is resolved.
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/11a74104-645d-40d4-b933-bde5d15537bb1033.mspx problems with Bluetooth enabled devices

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The mouse has a built in capacitor which provides power to run your mouse. When a capacitor gets older they get weaker and will keep the battery low light on constantly. Capacitors are made for storing voltage so the circuitry receives the proper power as needed. I mentioned when they get old the capacitor will not hold the proper voltage as needed. I would just replace the mouse sooner than later for eventually it will plain quit working someday soon

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  • If it is a wireless mouse then it requires batteries.

  • In case if the advent mouse is a wired mouse then it doesn't require batteries.

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Insert the new batteries, making sure that the positive(+) and negative (-) ends of each battery match the polarity indicators inside the battery housing.
When replacing the batteries, you may use
alkaline or other heavy-duty NiMH batteries. Never use an
alkaline with a NiMH battery in a device.
Avoid mixing new and used batteries in a device. Slide the battery cover back into position until it “clicks” firmly into place. Turn on the mouse be sliding the on/off switch on the bottom of the mouse to the “on” position.
The optical sensor, located on the bottom of the mouse, glows red.
6 Just somethings to check, One other thing to take a peek at, on the transmitter look to see is there is a tiny button that may say connect or reconnect. You may need a pen if you have chubby fingers like me.
Hope this helped, please leave a rating,
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Under the mouse there should be a usb stick attached to the mouse which most likely should slide out from the mouse. It also appears that the plastic cover behind the two buttons (this cover has targus written on it) Should come off. After you remove the usb stick there might be a button somewhere on the bottom of the mouse that you should be able to press to get the battery cover to pop up. Then you should be able to pull up on the battery cover and remove it from the mouse. This mouse takes two AA batteries. Once the batteries are installed then plug the usb stick into any of the usb ports on the computer. The computer should recognize the drivers for this mouse (if you are using Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or Mac OS X [or higher]). If the drivers are not immediately recognized then restart your computer and the computer should then recognize the mouse. If this still does not happen then let me know. Also there is software that can be downloaded from the Targus website for the tilt wheel as it has some added capabilities that can be set using this software. The link for that software is here ------> http://www.targus.com/us/product_details.asp?sku=AMW26US

I hope this helps, and enjoy that mouse, it looks pretty nice!

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P.S. The connection process is only meant for whichever part is not working (i.e. If the keyboard works, but the mouse doesn't, then only do it for the mouse.)

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