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If your mouse use batteries, clean contacts and replace batteries.
use the small switch for adjust.cleant the surface with some solvent from dirty.
If the mouse use USB, restore to system control in control panel, put the last date that you know was working Good.
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I have a mouse with a retractable cord, but when I go and try to extend the cord, it doesn't lock in place and it shoots back into the mouse. If you could please help fix this it would be appreciated.


the retractor lock is prob broken cannot rely fix them, would just tie a not in cable and it will not go back in then. pull all way out and tie not in cable so its near to the mouse end. its not a fix but it will work the retractor locks don't last on items flimsy plastic. the pins wear out so don't lock.

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You are not giving much information as to the make and model of the mouse but since it is retractable I assume that refers to a cable. Wired mice do not have batteries, they draw their power over the wire from the USB port. If it is not working, try another port. Try the mouse on another computer or try another mouse on this computer to determine if the problem is the mouse or the computer.

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this is because of lose coonection in the wire. r the USB port got damaged. jus trying using another mouse if it works in your computer then the problem with the usb port.

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M trying to fix my retractable mouse. do you have any diagram showing how the insides of the retractable mechanism looks like. much thanks!


Optical mouse from inside: http://www.gadgetrivia.com/photos/o/56422-best_optical_mouse.jpg (this isn't a retractable mouse, but the inside looks exactly the same, only the cord this different which doesn't matter in this situation).
Here are instructions for optical mouse repair: http://www.thenetguruz.com/hardware/diy-optical-mouse-repair/
But if your mouse doesn't work first plug the mouse in the USB slot and check the laser beam under the mouse - if there is no light, the mouse is dead, and you should return it to the seller for replacement. (Such a thin cable of the mouse is very vulnerable and might break easily. More over I find many negative reviews about this rectractable mouse - so if your seller offers to replace it - ask for a different model or test it with your laptop right in the shop before bringing it home.)
2) Here is a solution that already worked for another user, but was very complicated: http://forums.toshiba.com/t5/Keyboards-Touchpads/USB-mouse-not-recognized-drivers-can-t-be-installed/m-p/23526
3) Or alternatively download and install a free driver updater software, e.g. http://www.innovative-sol.com/drivermax/index.htm - let it scan and update all your missing drivers - it may fix USB general problems if this causes also the mouse problems.

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Go to my computer proeprty then hardware then device manager.
Then uninstall all usb driver then restart your computer then check.
then if your usb mouse not works then check your usb ports works fine also try your mouse in another computer if it not works then you need to repair your mouse.

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When fully extended (you have to hold the cord in place since it won't lock), slide the rectractable device down the cord until it is butted up against the USB connector. You can use the mouse with no problems like this. When you are done, slide the retractor back to the middle of the cord and the ends will wind back in. It's not a perfect solution but at least makes the mouse usable.

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a mouse doesn't need a special driver, try uninstalling it from device manager and refresh.
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