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Geoff: Only Wireless mice require batteries: If your Mouse is directly attached to the computer with a cord to the USB port, go to the Device Control Manager (open Control Panel on the operating system) look for input devices> Keyboard, Mice and other controlling devices: Right click and look at the PRORTIES to see if the hardware is connected and up-to-date. Update the Drivers if you can. If a delta icon with an exclamation mark appears, this means there is connection problem between the mouse/keyboard. If the USB connection works for other devices you plug into the USB port, then the problem is the mouse and not the computer.
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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