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Mouse doesn't turn on

when i put in the battery the green light turn on but two seconds later it goes off and mouse doesn't work is there any solution ar i have to go with that to service

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Re: Mouse doesn't turn on

I have a model like that and the light goes out but it does work, except for the actual X-Y mouse control (all 10 buttons....) It seems as though you should try the latest drivers and connection utility, do the connect bit where you HOLD the left button (on the right handed model...,) hit power on the mouse, click the right button 5 times, and the utility associates that mouse with your particular receiver.

If it doesn't work after that, and your batteries are OK, then you get to shop for another one too.

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Re: Mouse doesn't turn on

This wireless mouse should have a transmitter that is plugged into the computer. Try replugging that in, and if there is a connect button on it, try pressing that as well.

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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