Question about Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000
I assume that you have already checked the batteries. I suggest that you unplug the transmitter from the USB port, wait 30 seconds and try again to operate the mouse. Also, you might try another USB port to make use that is not the problem.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A friend of mine brought me this problem with exactly the same problem. here is what I found. The small notch in usb device socket under the mouse was malfunctioning. If you press this notch you will find the mouse red light blink. If you further try pressing this notch at some point the mouse red light comes on constantly. Thats it, hold it there and try to connect first by pressing the usb device connect switch and then the mouse connect switch. The moment the connection is made the usb device stops blinking and the red light on the mouse starts blinking. Wow, it works now. Some one might just open the mouse and fix this microswtich for a permanent solution.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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if you have not uninstalled it,then you don't need to reinstall it
is there a light on the mouse?
If no change the batteries or else
there would be a connecter connected to the back of the system,you need to unplugg it & replug it back,after that you would be getting a small baloon tip at the botton right hand corner,now you ahve to press the connect button on the reciever & immediately press the connect button on the bottom of teh mouse.now your mouse should be working
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Press the button on the receiver and then on the mouse. Hopefully that will do it.
Also recheck to see if the batteries are good as some have a syhort shelf life.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
I had the same problem.
Press the button on the underside of the USB, the green light will flash. Now press the reset button on the underside of the mouse. Your mouse should now work.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
I suggest to put a new battery in it's compartment and simultaneously to press down and release the small button that protrudes where the receiver is placed at the bottom of mouse. Prior to this procedure the receiver has to be installed in the USB port. Both actions are to be performed at the same time. Cursor will start moving again.
Posted on May 06, 2009
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