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Blinkink mouse OMC90S

One day my mouse start blinking!  I use XP on a A70 Toshiba.

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Re: Blinkink mouse OMC90S

Is it wireless?? if it is then the batteries might of gone on it . if it is wireless then maybe the wire isnt connected correctly into your tower? another solution maybe that its a bit stiff ? just check your tower and make sure its connected up correctly. Hope i helped

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