I dropped it on a relativily soft floor (about 2 feet) and it while it showed no outward damage, it stopped working. I changed the battery and double checked to be sure it was put in the right way but it's still not working. Is it worth fixing? I did buy another today but it's not the same model (V220) because that is what they had.
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Seems that the left mouse button needs to be replaced. If you have an old mouse, you can use it as a source of a spare mouse button, & replace the defective button on your VX Revolution. However, you need to make sure that: 1. The replacement button is identical to the defective one. 2. You have enough skills to solder/desolder electronic components.
First try this
Turn the mouse over and find the small
rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it.
This should connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly.
If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press the button on
the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or
If that doesn't do it theen try this.
Disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the
USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When
the program asks you to connect the MouseReceiver to the USB
port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
I see no reason that the mouse should not work. They have the Xop driver and the install software. Download both and also read henote that they are talking about in. red. I didn not download it myself. If this doesn't work you can get a common PS 2 mouse for a small amount most anywhere including Walmart.
I would venture that for some reason, the LED light at the bottom needs that much space to bounce back the signal for the LDR (light dependent resistor) to read properly. This could be due to a slight misalignment, dust in the bottom optics, weak battery (for wireless). A temporary workaround (which for some works as good enough solution) is to add a smooth spacer atop the rubber feet. Personally, I use a paper puncher to cut little circles on a slightly thick automotive sticker. The circles are then peeled of from the protective paper backing and attached to the existing/original rubber feet. This raises the bottom height which do improve light bounce and therefore mouse action.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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