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Mouse died I was browsing with my mouse win it went dead . No warning at all. I have a blinking green light on sender but no light on mouse and no reaction from curser.Its a hppavillion zv6000 lap top and the touch pad operates the curser just fine. I tried new batteries and same thing. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you

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  • FarmerJon Sep 03, 2007

    Hey Folks. I should have fiddled a little more before posting.I found that there is an channel switch and an on and off switch on the bottom of mouse. I flipped the on and off switch a couple times and it started working. I feel foolish for not seeing it before but I do like simple fixes. Thank you, Farmerjon!

  • FarmerJon Sep 07, 2007

    I was using a mouse pad

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While using the mouse with the laptop you may use a proper mouse pad to avoid reoccurence

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