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This is a very common problem even though the cord looks fine, it fractures and breaks connection, Whenever there is NO light/LED, then thats what tells us whats wrong. Now, there is not a lot that can be done about it,unless you'r pretty handy, you can get an extension USB cable, and cut the end off, then remove the old cable from the mouse, and resolder on the new one, all the wires are the same color and all simply go where the old ones come off. This should, get you working again. However it may not be the cable, although it usually is, I have had it were the cable was faulty, and that killed the internals of the mouse, also I have had good USB cables and the inside electronics go bad for whatever reason. It may just be easier to get a new mouse.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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