Question about Microsoft Standard Wireless Optical Mouse
I've had this mouse (Microsoft Wireless Optical-model 1025) for about 1-1/2 years now. It has always worked fine until recently. A few months ago it gave me the "Wireless Mouse Battery is Critically Low" error message. I changed both of the batteries with brand new batteries that I had just bought. It worked fine for a few weeks, then I got the message again. I tried putting in new batteries--but the ones I took out still have power. (I have the package with the battery strength tester thing) Lately the message is coming more frequently, maybe every few days or so, but the batteries are not old or bad! It seems more like a glitch than anything because my mouse is and has been working fine--there are no differences in the performance. It's more just an annoyance. Is there any reason this would be happening? Or is there anything I can try to stop it from happening?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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