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My g5 mouse is always loosing his power , it goes off for like 10 sec.. and then comes back.. it keep doin it all the time ... i tried reinstall drivers... rebooting a million times.. and nothing changes...

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Hi mondon,

it doesn't sound like a mouse or mouse driver problem it sounds like its a problem with the connection. If memory serves me the G5 is a usb mouse. Any usb mouse gets its power from the usb port and sometimes these fail or begin to fail and cause the problems you described. What i would do is first try another usb port on my PC and see if that fixes it.

If it does then your welcome if it doesn't please come back and mention it and we will take more steps.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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