Question about Gateway USB Optical Mouse MOAKUO 7010867R $5.00

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Wired mouse sometimes lights up but even when it does it does not work pointer

Rebooted and the new/never used mouse that came with the Gateway computer (which I listed in a previous question) -- but the old taped together Microsoft mouse works fine! The Gateway mouse is wired - not wireless.

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These optical mouse do not work on a shiny surface. Try using it with a mouse pad or place the mouse on a piece of paper.

Posted on Nov 27, 2012

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  • Marlene Fischer Nov 27, 2012

    My old mouse is optical and works - the new Gateway mouse is on the same mousepad and does not work. I tried paper - it still doesn't work. I am back to using the taped up old mouse by Microsoft.

  • Chris Hingee
    Chris Hingee Nov 27, 2012

    Then it looks like the new mouse is faulty.

  • Marlene Fischer Nov 27, 2012

    Since mouses (mice) are inexpensive, you're right - I'll buy a new mouse and hope it works. TY

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