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Mouse wont work

My mouse i just brought has stop moving but the curser is still on the screen and the light is still on at the bottom. it wont click

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    batteries in LX5 cordless mouse are good, light on bottom is on, but the cursor won't move. had a power outage, could that have caused a problem?

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Replace the batteries; even if the batteries still work, if it is low on power, sometimes the mouse won't work.

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