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My apple mouse cursor won't move at all

My apple mouse cursor won't move but it can still perform clicking functionalities and scrolling functionalities. PLEASE HELP

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Same thing happened to me. I finally ended up with blue tooth telling me it could not detect my mouse and it had to find it. You might check your mouse settings in blue tooth.

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Your little ball is dirty. Q-tip and rubbing alcohol to clean it up. You will need to move it around with one finger while cleaning it. Be sure to disconnect it first.

Posted on Jan 13, 2010

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Have you tried cleaning out the inside where the ball sits? If you flip your mouse upside down you should see a circle around the ball that should have "open" and "close" arrows. Spin the circle towards open and once it stops spinning flip it over -- the circle and the ball should fall right out. Take a look at the 2 straight bars that sit on top of the mouse ball -- one is for horizontal movement, the other for vertical. Most likely, there is a buildup of dust and debris on them (it will probably look like a grey spot that covers the center of the bars). Remove this debris with your finger-nails (as they will not scratch the bars themselves) and then wipe them with some rubbing alcohol on a paper towel. Once the bars are clean, drop the ball back in, and put the circular cover back on (don't forget to lock it in place by spinning it to "close".
This SHOULD resolve your issue. If it does not, there may be a problem with your mouse's movement sensors ... which would most likely mean that you should buy a new mouse (they are pretty inexpensive these days). If you have to buy a new one, I recommend grabbing an optical mouse -- it has no moving parts and will prevent this problem in the future.

Posted on Jun 07, 2011

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