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How do I change the batterys in my notebook laser mouse by hp

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  • RbR272 Mar 10, 2009

    Can not get battery cover off, will not work, is brand new and computer is brand new, hooked up a microsoft wireless, pow, works perfect

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The gray cover slides forward and exposes the batteries. If you cant figure it out, take it to BatteriesPlus and they will do it for you. www.batteriesplus.com

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