Question about Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer
A couple of weeks ago I installed this new wireless system. Currently we have about 4 people in the office using different versions microsoft wireless.
I thought at first that we were on the same frequency but I find it strange the mouse on it's own will go to a specific program and open it or minimize it. This happens pretty randomly - it will work for a while and then all of sudden I will get a battery low warning yet the batteries are brand new and when I check the properties it says that the battery level is good and so is the signal quality is high.
Do you have any ideas as to what is going on?
This is probably a result of interference. It is recommended that you connect in intervals of 20-25 mins, as the computer still actively scans for devices for a duration of about 1-20 mins.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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