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Cordless mouse cursor frozen

My cordless mouse has been working fine for a while now but suddenly it froze, i could still click (left & right) but not move the cursor and the red light underneath was off, I tried reconnecting it but with no luck, I've followed all instructions, e.g. my base is far away from all electical device but to no avail, please help!

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  • myles4833 Oct 21, 2008

    i have the same problem only the cursor will move slightly sometimes. it's as if the computer receive 5% of the motion signals sent from the mouse and that's with a high sensitivity. It's twitchy so i know it's not a sensitivity problem.

  • pegshop6
    pegshop6 Jul 10, 2013

    I have a desktop computer. The cursor is frozen and I can't do anything.

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It is absolutely broken even u can click right and left but the red light is off it is like half dead machine, i advise u get another one...

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