Question about HP Wireless Optical Mouse
I have the HP 5187urf2 mouse and cannot figure out how to shut off the flashing red light when it is not in use. Any ideas? Thank you in advance.
The red battery light has been flashing off and on on my Performance MX Mouse.
I finally figured what was going on with my Performance MX Mouse from Logitech (after I ordered a new mouse). In the first place the battery has to go in withing the negative "-" connection in first. It will allow you to do it the opposite way but you will still get the flashing red light. That means the "+" connection is towards the back edge of the mouse. Make sure the battery is pushed down as far as it will go in the battery compartment. Do this with a NiMH battery ONLY! Duracell makes a pre-charged NiMH battery (it is green and copper coloured with a black strip around it) that works great. Then connect it to your charging cable and let it charge for 12 to 24 hours. You will find that everything is fine after that. You don't need to take the mouse apart and change the resistors like some advice tells you to do.
Posted on Feb 14, 2015
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