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Mouse microsoft 5000 doesn't work from half a meter distance

When i start working with the mouse microsoft 5000 it must be always near the signal source or else there is no communication in between the mouse and signal reciever. i have put a new batteries but it doesnt help. can any1 out there plzzzz help. thanx.

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Hi there.
There should be a button underneath the mouse and on the reciever that says "connect" press them and the mouse should now work.

Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!!

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