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My mouse is a wireless mouse and i dropped it accidently once. Right after the fall,it is not working anymore. Can i actually fix it?

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  • Rylee Smith
    Rylee Smith May 11, 2010

    Hi!



    Please tell me the model no. and make of your mouse.

    its light working?

    Does it have a USB port on it for attaching the usb/flash drives?

    Check for the battery.

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It is possible that the battery popped out when it was dropped. It is possible that the battery got put back in wrong. Open the battery case and remove the battery. Then be sure to replace the battery with the positive end going in the right direction.

That should fix it for u.

Please rate my answer as a fixya thanks

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