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My microsoft optical mouses left click doesn't work some times

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How old is your mouse? Maybe it's time to buy a new one, mouse is non-durable computer equipment...

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I've got a optical mouse 3000, and a bunch of batteries in the junk drawer, I'm sure at least one of them has good life in them, but the mouse keeps flashing red....also it seems to work when I right...


The red light is connectivity to the dongle on the PC.
Check your mouse settings in Windows for the left mouse button settings.
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Did you check the batteries?
Is the little red light under the mouse lit when you plug it in?
Have you looked in the device manager to see if the system is recognizing it? Do this by right clicking on "my computer" and left clicking on "properties." Then left click on "hardware" and then "device manager."
Check the devices: "mice" and also "human interface devices."
If you find the mouse, highlight it and delete it.
Restart your computer and plug the mouse USB receiver back in.
Also, click on the "connect" button on the receiver and under the mouse.

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I'd suggest ou first change he battery or at least make certain it's fully charged!
Second, stroll on over to the control panel and check the mouse settings!

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you have two micro switches that wear-out quickly. try going to. Control panel. Click on Devices. Then on Mouse try switching your right button to left button on button options. try hitting restore defaults. Make sur your remote sending unit is plugged in and the lie is on steady. good luck Joe_Rex

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