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Flashing USB Just installed a new DX-WOM20 and the USB flashed every time I move the mouse or the track wheel. This drives me nuts especially in a darker room. Is there a way to stop if from flashing?

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Re: Flashing USB

The flashing light on the adapter that is plugged into the USB port is normal operation of this mouse. In order to hide the light, I put electrical tape over it. There is no way to turn it off, as the flashing light is an indication that it is receiving a signal from the mouse.

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Re: Flashing USB

Ya, that blue light IS bright. But I have to agree with cTech1.....
Electrical tape. Just 1 little half inch by 1 inch piece, strategically placed and trimmed with TLC, should block out the light and still not look too geeky.
I just plugged mine in 20 min. ago after finding it in the back of the file cabinet. That's why I'm here tonight, to see if it needed software, and see what other folks say. Whoo-Hoo it works !! (still blinks, but its kinda pretty after all)

Posted on Jan 28, 2011

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