Question about Microsoft Standard Wireless Optical Mouse
I have a Microsoft Standard Wireless optical mouse Model : 1025. The normal user had a Norton antivirus scan running and then cancelled the norton scan to play a game on Pogo.com. Shortly thereafter the mouse was taken from the desk by the users daughter and hidden. Now the issue I am facing (I have recovered the mouse) is that the LEFT mouse button does not react to a click. At all. I can bring up the right click menus. Just no left click. As of right now I am using mouse keys to navigate the desktop. Please assist!
I'd suggest ou first change he battery or at least make certain it's fully charged!
Second, stroll on over to the control panel and check the mouse settings!
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
My son bought the Microsoft Standard Wireless optical mouse Model 1025, but he throw away all the instruction and anything else that came with before I could get a chance to install it. I have been trying to get it working but with no luck. I sure that there is something that I am missing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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