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Just purchased a microsoft wireless mobile mouse 3000 & cant seem to get it to work

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Make sure the reciver sensor usb cable you connaect properly, or if it it is usb dondle install in diffrent port also you can try just remove the battery and installed new one and press the conncet button from mouse as well as the sensor reciver .

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My microsoft wireless mobile mouse 3000 has stopped working. Everything including the battery and green light is working but when inserted into the USB cursor will not move.


Push the little red "connct" button on both the bottom of the mouse as well as the wireless receiver. If that does not work try referring to the quick start guide here.

Jul 11, 2011 | Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000

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Microsoft mobile mouse 3000 device unknown on usb driver . Code 43 .was working lastnight . Now want work . Works on other computer


I suggest that you run the Windows 7 Hardware Troubleshooter on the computer and check to make sure that the mouse is ok.

1. Click Start.

2. Type in Troubleshooting in the Start Search.

3. Click on Hardware and Sound.

4. Click on Hardware Devices.



Now check if that fixes the issue or not.



If the issue still persists, then I suggest that you install the latest drivers manually from the link and install the same and check.

http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/download/download.aspx?category=MK

Refer the link for more information: Troubleshoot a wireless mouse that does not function correctly: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321122

Troubleshoot failure to find new mouse connected to your USB port: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/223256



I also suggest that you check if the batteries are full of charge.


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Jun 22, 2011 | Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000

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I have a microsoft wireless mobile mouse 3000 and i cant get it to connect. i have pushed every connect button in everyway i can think of and it still wont work


There are two possible reasons for this.
1. You may be having an issue with your USB receiver. The receiver may be not be seated properly in the USB slot or the slot you've plugged it into isn't working well with your receiver. Try moving the receiver to a couple of different USB ports and try reconnecting.
2. Your mouse may not be operating correctly. I think the simplest reason for this is that the battery is dead, which is extremely common when using wireless keyboards/mice. Check to make sure the batteries are fully charged.

Mar 25, 2011 | Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000

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I need to change the battery on my wireless mobile mouse 3000!


You can access the battery compartment in the Microsoft Mobile Mouse 3000 by pressing the release button on the underside of the mouse while prying up on the back of the casing. The red LED on the underside of the mouse will illuminate when a good battery is installed.
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Dec 03, 2010 | Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000

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Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000 can't connect!!


well doae the mouse run on batteris if thas the case then you just new batteris

Feb 15, 2010 | Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000

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I have a microsoft wireless mobile mouse 3000. I


try to look at if you plugged it properly. or bring it where you bought it and ask your question to them

Dec 20, 2009 | Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000

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Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000 not working


I suggest you do the following. After having synchronized both connecting buttons in mouse and receiver, take off battery and next look for a tiny thin button that protrudes from one of the sides where the receiver is placed in mouse, hold it depressed and put back a new and fresh battery releasing simultaneously this button. Mouse would work correctly. Good luck!!! Chawah.

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