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Mouse keeps turning off

My wireless mouse keeps turning off. I turn it off then on again and it's fine for another 30 seconds before turning off again. Batteries are fine. My wireless keyboard still works fine though.

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Hi if the the mouse keeps turning off then there might be a prob with the power source on the mouse (i.e battery),change the battery if havent done that or check the contacts for the battery inside the mouse. If all this fails and issue doesnt affect the keyboard,it might be the prob with the mouse itself. Hope this will help you. Cheers

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check to make sure the drivers in the device manager are working properly. Once its connected to the PC they sould at least be recognised by the PC. If they are and still nothing....shut down pc, remove all power supplies, push the power button on the PC then reconnect power supply and start up....should fix the problem......let me know

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Normal 0 Press the Receiver button (and the lights will start flashing.
Then if the Keyboard isn't working, press the small RESET/CONNECT button on the back of the board to connect the keyboard to the receiver.

If the MOUSE isn’t working, push the small RESET/CONNECT button on the back of the mouse to connect to the receiver. Then they should work okay.
Hope this helps. Bud

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SOURCE: Microsoft wireless keyboard stopped working (mouse still works)

don let the mouse too far from the wireless unit..it was my problem ..and i found out that the k.board and the mouse were moved too far from the unit...so sad u can't get too far from it..just one metre !

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SOURCE: wireless keyboard stopped working; mouse still does though

on this key boards problem is that they key pad circuit board has no mechanical connection or wire connection it merely lays across the circuit board loosing contact that's why if you squeeze the bach it starts working again

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SOURCE: my wireless mouse just quit working. keyboard

These are built very cheaply even though you pay good money for them they are designed and built at a minimal cost. I had problems with mine and finally threw it away and I am an electronics technician but it wasn't worth fixing. For what it is worth I have been using an MI wireless mouse for over a year now and it has been working fine other than replacing batteries occasionally.

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