Question about Computers & Internet
The mouse has a built in capacitor which provides power to run your mouse. When a capacitor gets older they get weaker and will keep the battery low light on constantly. Capacitors are made for storing voltage so the circuitry receives the proper power as needed. I mentioned when they get old the capacitor will not hold the proper voltage as needed. I would just replace the mouse sooner than later for eventually it will plain quit working someday soon
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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