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Mouse wont reconnect

I've had my ms mouse a year now changed the batteries a few times before but now, ive changed the batteries again it wont reconnect, even when i try to sync it using the button on usb stick and underside of the mouse

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If you have a cell phone or cordless phone nearby it could cause interference. Otherwise reboot and try again. Also you can check for updated drivers at the manufacturers website.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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