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The mouse has worked until this week - what is wrong with it? What should I do? I have installed a fresh battery and checked that it is in correctly.

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Go to Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager-. Mice and other Pointing Device. Here select this mouse and delete it. Reboot the laptop/PC. Reinstall the drivers for it again and connect the mouse sensor. Your mouse will start working again. Somehow the mouse drivers got corrupted and need a new installation.

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2.)Check for loose contact or oxidation or corrosion of battery terminals in the chamber where batteries are installed. In case these are cordless devices, make sure nothing is obstructing the keyboard's line of sight with the infra red transceiver installed on your table top.
3.) If it is within the warranty period, get it exchanged for a new one immediately. No vendor can refuse that.

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