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Re: How do I clean my wireless laser mouse?

Is what your mouse looks like correct? You should be able to slide the battery holder open and clean it out there, otherwise I don't think it's possible.

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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Laser mouse very inaccurate?

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      Check your wireless connection. If you are using a wireless adapter or USB linking device, ensure that everything is plugged in properly. The best way to do this is to unplug the device and then plug it back in, making sure everything fits snugly.

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      Try to re-sync your mouse with your computer/adapter. If your computer came with wireless networking capabilities (such as Bluetooth) and your mouse uses this signal to communicate with the computer, go to your computer's control panel and turn off the network for a few minutes. Then reboot the network and see if the connection to your mouse has been restored. If you are using a wireless adapter, go to the wireless utility that your computer uses to manage the wireless mouse (this can usually be found in the "programs" section) and repeat the above process.

      Look at the bottom of the mouse. If your wireless mouse has a trackball, try removing the cover and cleaning the individual wheels on the inside of the mouse with a Q-tip. If you are using an optical mouse, then try cleaning the bottom of the lens with a soft tissue and a frugal amount of glass cleaner.

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      Ensure that any drivers needed for the mouse are still installed. Although it is unlikely, the drivers that facilitate communication between your mouse and computer may have been accidentally corrupted or erased. Try visiting the mouse manufacturer's website to download new drivers.

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Replace the batteries. If this doesn't work, resync the mouse and the wireless adapter that is plugged into the computer.

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How do i clean a microsoft 5000 laser mouse?

You can clean your laser mouse using an alchohol. Just pour a little achohol in a cotton and wipe it all around the mouse. If you want also clean the inside of the mouse then you must a screw driver to open it. Once open, you need a brush and brush the mouse board inside. You can also use a blower to get rid of the dust inside. Hope this could help. Please don't forget to rate me..:-) Thanks..

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See if anything (piece of paper, dirt, a bread crumb, what have you) is stuck in the Sensor Hole, underside of mouse.
Clean the 4 plastic pads, Change the mouse pad.
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HP Wireless Optical Mouse Fading

Ref wireless mouse. Not sure if you have a solution yet but it seems there could be 2 sources to the problem. First a weak or decaying laser. Second, something you have introduced recently that could interfere with the wireless signal eg mobile phone, another wireless device, cordless phone, telephone wires close to receiver or maybe something else. Not sure what you do if the laser is failing other than clean the lens. You might have to get it checked or try a friends mouse to see if it is better. There s also a setting than can change the sensitivity of the mouse. Have you looked at those settings.

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