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Wireless mouse goes in and out

My wireless mouse seems to go off all the time. I know it is on the control panel under the mouse setting. Both batteries are new and they are not old batteries. I look under the trouble shooting, and I can't not fine where to go. Could you help me? I have a HP 60-125 NR Notebook PC.
I got the computer not too long ago. Model of this mouse is DX-PWLMSE.

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Clean the contacts where the battery connects. My wireless mouse was doing the same thing even with new batteries. I had to use a toothpick with a piece of Pencil eraser on its tip to clean the contacts in my mouse.

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