Question about Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse
I have a Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000. It worked fine for several months, but it stopped working. My O.S. is Win XP Home.
Stuff I tried:
* I went into Control Panel -> Mouse. It says that my driver is working fine, my batteries are charged, and I get full signal.
* I tried different USB ports.
* Following Microsoft's advice, I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers.
* I pressed the button on the receiver, and while it blinks for a few seconds the mouse cursor does respond to mouse movements (albeit jerkily), but it stops after the blinking stops.
* It behaves the same way in Linux.
If you take the batteries out there is a screw in there. unscrew and open (not easy) with flat knife in the edges wiggling.
attach and touch all the inside wires. I have had the same problem and it is an internal connector problem. Opening and closing aint easy and will take a little patience but it will work.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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