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Battery critical warning

Same problem as others have had. Battery critical warning even when the batteries have been changed. disconnecting everything and re-installing the software and putting in other batteries but still the same thing -the mouse works perfectly but it's just a tad annoying.

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Re: Battery critical warning

Check with the manufacture of the mouse (the website) to determine if they have a faq covering it. Your alternative is save the battery and get a different brand of mouse. I am assuming your mouse is wireless by the way. FYI....the problem rate of wireless devices to hard wired devices is probably in the order of 5000 to 1. I use a hard wired mouse and keyboard.

Posted on Jan 24, 2008

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