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I have a labtec wireless mouse .It is not responding when i plug it in .Ran software i got with it sill nothing . keybord works but the mouse does not what should i do

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  • battler624 Mar 27, 2009

    i have the same problem but it only happended when i replaced my batteries but the last time i replaced nothing goes wrong

  • ramosrich May 11, 2010


    greetings.

    did you try to replace the battery of the mouse?

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Make sure u push the sync button on the botton of the mouse. an restart the computer

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