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REPLACE THE BATTERY AND UPDATE THE SOFTWARE AND PUSH IN THE RESET BUTTON ON THE BUTTOM OF THE MOUSE SO IT KNOWS WHAT FREQUENCE TO OPERATE AT

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Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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Sir, i want to know about the optical mouse in detail. what is the important point of it to use. thanks, tin


Hi,
Optical mouse was developed by Agilent Technologies and introduced to the world in late 1999, the optical mouse actually uses a tiny camera to take 1,500 pictures every second. Able to work on almost any surface, the mouse has a small, red light-emitting diode (LED) that bounces light off that surface onto a complimentary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) sensor.
The CMOS sensor sends each image to a digital signal processor (DSP) for analysis. The DSP, operating at 18 MIPS (million instructions per second), is able to detect patterns in the images and see how those patterns have moved since the previous image. Based on the change in patterns over a sequence of images, the DSP determines how far the mouse has moved and sends the corresponding coordinates to the computer. The computer moves the cursor on the screen based on the coordinates received from the mouse. This happens hundreds of times each second, making the cursor appear to move very smoothly.
Optical mice have several benefits over wheeled mice:
No moving parts means less wear and a lower chance of failure.
There's no way for dirt to get inside the mouse and interfere with the tracking sensors.

Increased tracking resolution means smoother response.
They don't require a special surface, such as a mouse pad.

Although LED-based optical mice are fairly recent, another type of optical mouse has been around for over a decade. The original optical-mouse technology bounced a focused beam of light off a highly-reflective mouse pad onto a sensor. The mouse pad had a grid of dark lines. Each time the mouse was moved, the beam of light was interrupted by the grid. Whenever the light was interrupted, the sensor sent a signal to the computer and the cursor moved a corresponding amount. This kind of optical mouse was difficult to use, requiring that you hold it at precisely the right angle to ensure that the light beam and sensor aligned. Also, damage to or loss of the mouse pad rendered the mouse useless until a replacement pad was purchased. Today's LED-based optical mice are far more user-friendly and reliable.

Thanks and regards,
Anil.B.R

Aug 18, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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MS Mouse Optical 2000, scrolls by itself, opens links and moves the cursor all by itself.


Interference from other wireless users was my problem. The signal coming from other offices around me interfered with my mouse/keyboard. I had to switch back to wired mouse/keyboard.

Dec 11, 2009 | Microsoft 2000 Wireless RF Optical Mouse

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Mouse not operable


I would suggest that having both receiver and mouse already syncronised, take battery off, look for a tiny thin button that protrudes where the receiver is placed at the bottom of mouse, hold it pressed down and release it simultaneously after putting back a new and fresh battery, this might make work cursor properly.
Good luck!!!
Chawah.

Jun 18, 2009 | Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse...

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IBM Optical Scroll Mouse doesn't work (Device Driver Problem)


connect your mouse. then restart your laptop do not remove mouse while restarting laptop. if not work after restart there is a problem in your mouse IC.

Jun 02, 2009 | IBM Optical Travel Mouse 2224P0480

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Receiver light is steady green. mouse won't light up. cursor won't move.


Why don't you try at the moment of placing a new battery to see if the small button that protrudes, where the receiver is located at the bottom of the mouse is pressed down. Without the receiver in place that **** on must be out for as long as the receiver is in the USB port.
Good luck!!!
Chawah.

May 19, 2009 | Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse...

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Wireless mouse not functioning


If I rap the mouse on the desk a couple of times, it then works.
Sort of like Fonzi.

Jul 29, 2008 | Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse...

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Microsoft standard wireless optical mouse troubleshooting...


alright The Optical Mouse works on the "reflection" principle.
If it is only working on the T-shirt,the T-shirt Must allow it to read the Light Reflection with more details compared to the other shiny or smoother surfaces.
so,make sure you use some surface close to the T-shirt's.
and as you have been use that mouse directly on the deck surface, the little LED must have goten Dusted or the plastic arround the LED(light).
Hope that helps...
If the Mouse is in warranty **** any replacement if possible underwarranty.

Jul 17, 2008 | Microsoft Standard Wireless Optical Mouse

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Microsoft Wireless Optical Comfort Desktop and Mouse combo Freezing Prob.'s


have you tried pressing the connect button on the reciever then on the mouse so it picks it back up again?

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Microsoft Standard Wireless Optical Mouse does not move cursor


Your batteries are likely dead.....replace them and try it. Should work.

Jan 17, 2008 | Microsoft Standard Wireless Optical Mouse

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Optical mouse


you can clean the lens with any window cleaner, does it have a red light coming out of the bottom?

Dec 13, 2007 | Microsoft Standard Wireless Optical Mouse

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