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Wireless optic mouse died suddenly.

Con not remember how to get cover off to check battery. Reboot did not clear issue.

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This is either a problem with your wireless mouse usb detector, or simply the battery.

In most wireless mice, there should be screws at the bottom wher you can unscrew and replace the 2 small, circular batteries.

For the usb wireless detector, check it for any scratches and dents. If there are any, you will have to buy a new mouse.

Hope this helps and please rate!

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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