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How do I the light on my m971au mouse off? It continually searches. Just purchases today.

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It will go to sleep by itself, just walk away after shutting down the PC.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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PLEASE HELP.. KEYBOARD AND MOUSE ARE COMPLETELY DEAD


If you can bott the computer normally and don't have to type a password in, then go the control panel and then choose device manager. Scroll down to the mouse and keyboard plus signs and right click on the mouse and keyboard one at a time and select uninstall. When the original mouse and keyboard have been uninstalled, reboot the computer. When Windows starts back up it will be forced to search for the new hardware and will install the drivers for it. If it wants to search for new ones allow it. If you have to type a password, you will have to go and get a usb keyboard that works off one of the usb ports. If this doesn't work, reboot the computer with the Vista disc in. Click any button to boot from the cd. When the windows files load and windows starts, choose repair, choose the windows installation and let windows search for problems and see if it can fix them. If all fails, go to system restore and back the computer up a few days and let system restore fix the problem by taking you back in time a few.

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I have a Wireless mouse that is an Eukanuba brand and just today it does not work.


If you have buyed it today please return it to the shop you have purchased because mouse have a warranty period of 6 month/1 year.if you have any problem call me on 9920207375

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I PURCHASED THIS WIRELESS MOUSE TODAY, BUT MOUSE DOES NOT WORK. I FOLLOWED THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION STEPS IN THE INSTALLATION GUIDE INCLUDED WITH THE DEVICE.


Return it. You might want to try a different brand. Or a wired mouse.

Me personally, I always go for the wired stuff.

Much more reliable and less irritating.


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Change Battery


There is a switch on bottom you slide and then you slide the top off towards the back. Once you get the top off you will find the battery housing. Get some rechargeables.

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My hp m971au wireless mouse won't connect with the plug in usb. The mouse itself is perfectly fine, but the light on the USB won't come on.


I just figured this out. I was having the same problem. The light on the plug-in USB wouldn't stay on. Then I realized that the light on the USB is also a button. You have to press this button as well as the 'connect' button on the bottom of the mouse at the same time. Wait until they sync up and then let go.

Hope this helps. It worked for me!

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Make sure your batteries are good and then, Normal 0 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 glitch. Hope this helps you. Bud

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HP 3 button optical wireless mouse


It is normal because the mouse is still picking up the "stand by" power of the motherboard.
It will very very slowly trickle away any charge you have in the laptop battery, but over such a long time you would probably not notice.
The mice on my desktop machines do the same thing, as I live in an area prone to electrical surges I shut down my machines and power strips every night and as soon as I do the laser light in the mouse goes out.
On my laptop I have a wireless optical mouse and when I finish using it, I remove the USB adapter, the USB adapter then slides into a receptical in the mouse and automatically switches the mouse off saving the mouse battery.
If it concerns you just unplug the mouse when it's not in use

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I just purchased a replacement lamp off ebay and the TV is working fine now. Color looks better too (which I guess I should have expected). Search for "REPLACEMENT LAMP SONY XL-2100U" on eBay and look for seller "niosales". I paid $129 out the door. Their are other auctions for this lamp you can check out. Make sure you look at lamps that include the entire lamp housing, not just the bulb.

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