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I had a similar problem with my mouse a few days back. I have fixed it and here is what I found to be the possible causes 1)You mouse's optical sensor(near the laser) is dirty. Please take a soft cloth and wipe it clean and see if it solves the problem. Otherwise goto step 2 2)It is also possible that your mouse drivers are corrupted. Please uninstall the device using windows device manager, and then re-install the driver
1-turn mouse on back
2-there is a cover that holds the roller in place turn and remove
3- put roller and cover to the side
4-look inside there is a wheel and a bar
5-on the bar you will see some accumulation of dust and string, hair etc...
6-remove with eyebrow remover
7- put back roller and cover
if you're having issues with a "mighty mouse" let me tell you that no matter how well you clean it, the problem will continue. If you can't get a free replacement from Apple, the best experience for us at my office has been to move to Logitech bluetooth mice. Logitech V270 Cordless Optical Bluetooth Mouse works great and you have all the functions you need like scrolling, right and left click, etc.
REALLY DEPENDS ON THE AGE OF THE MOUSE AND HOW OFTEN YOU USE THE RIGHT CLICK FEATURE. LIKE MYSELF I USE IT CONSTANTLY. UNFORTUNATLEY IF THE RIGHT CLICK NO LONGER FUNCTIONS AND YOU USE THE MOUSE ALOT LIKE ME THE MOUSE IS SIMILAR TO A KEYBOARD IN THAT IT HAS ONLY SO MANY TACTILE TOUCHES BEFORE IT HAS WORN ITSELF OUT. YOU CAN HOWEVER GO TO CONTROL PANEL IN YOUR OP SYSTEM UNDER MOUSE ETC AND DIAGNOSE A SOFTWARE INCOMPATIBILITY BY RECALIBRATING THE MOUSE. IF THIS DOES NOT WORK IT IS MOST LIKELY TIME FOR A NEW MOUSE.
The BenQ M310 mouse needs to "sync" with the USB receiver. Need to push the two buttons at the same time, or maybe the one in the mouse first then push the button in the USB receive so the two can "sync" to each other. This may solve this problem. Good luck!
I have had the same problem on occasion. I found that if I turn the mouse over and tickle it... It works! Only kidding...
Turn the mouse over, push down hard so the ball is depressed, and move it vigorously in all directions. That usually dislodges whatever is trapped inside.
Try to reinstall
Disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the
USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When
the program asks you to connect the MouseReceiver to the USB
port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud