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I have a clight problem with my mouse and keyboard set i got it from a friend of the families becasue it was getting interferance when they tried to use it (can't change the freqency it uses) anyway long story short im ussing 2x enigizer aa 2000mah batteries in mouse and keyboard. they last months in keyboard but im only using them a little bit over the last few days and im having to change them nearly daily for mouse but keyboard is fine its a wireless multimedia keyboard 1.1 and microsoft standerd wireless optical mouse

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Wireless connections are not reliable. One solution is to buy a wired keyboard and a wired mouse. Depending on where you live, they can be obtained for $10 and last for years.

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press the connection button on the receiver. it worked for me. it took me a while to figure out there is a connection button on the receiver as well as the mouse and keyboard.

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SOURCE: Microsoft Wireless Mouse Model 1025--Keeps giving low battery messages

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SOURCE: Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 (Model 1052):

Normal 0 Go to Control Panel and click on the Mouse icon. Then the mouse properties will appear showing the mouse buttons. Put the pointer on the left button and then go to the drop down and make sure the buttoon is set properly.
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SOURCE: Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000 help

I had the same problem.
Press the button on the underside of the USB, the green light will flash. Now press the reset button on the underside of the mouse. Your mouse should now work.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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