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After installing new batteries, mouse is completely unresponsive

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You need to pair the mouse with the base via the connect button located on the base unit and under the mouse, this needs to be done in the right order, after connecting the unit to your pc while running windows. not before you boot up. cheers

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Take a close look at the Acer laptop mouse buttons. Make sure the exterior of the buttons are clean and that there is no grime around the edges and crevasses of the Acer buttons. Dirt on top of the mouse pad can result in slower performance or an unresponsive experience, while grime around the sides of the mouse buttons can cause problems with the pressing and depressing of the mouse. Is there any way your mouse pad has been turned off? Check into this possibility. On an Acer laptop, hitting the "Function" (Fn) key and "F7" on the key board will result in the mouse pad being switched off. Hence, you may have hit this function and your mouse pad may not actually be broken or require any repair. Hitting the "Fn" button and the "F8" key on the Acer keyboard will result in the mouse pad being turned back on again. Click on the "Printers and Other Hardware" option on your PC. This is an alternative method to the above. At this point, examine the menu that comes up and click on the button at the top that reads "Device Settings." You should then see an option to click on your Acer mousepad. Highlight this option and click "OK." Launch your Web browser and go to the official Acer website. http://www.acerpanam.com/ The above steps may not have worked, so downloading new drivers for your mouse may be necessary. Select your country of origin, then click on "Support." You will be asked to click on your country again. After you do so, click on the link that says "Drivers and Downloads" on the left sidebar. Select your product line ("Notebooks") as well as your specific Acer computer model, and then hit "Search." Click on the link that says "Touchpad drivers." Your Acer computer may only require new drivers for your mousepad. Download the .exe file and run it to install the contents to your Acer computer. Restart your Acer computer after fully completing the download and installation process. Once the restart process has completed, the driver installation will be complete and your mouse should work again.

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Don't think it could be a mouse driver problem since you already said that it stopped working which meant that the mouse was in fact working before under Windows 7 on your netbook. Based on this, here are some suggestions to resolve your unresponsive mouse problem. Basically, you are trying to determine if the problem is due to the mouse or due to the netbook....
1. If you have a wireless mouse, did you try replacing its battery with a new battery?
If the wireless mouse now works with the new battery, your problem is resolved.
2. If you have another laptop, did you try moving the unresponsive mouse to try it there?
If the mouse also does not work on the other laptop, then suspect the mouse is faulty.
3. If you have another mouse, preferably a wired one, did you try it on your Asus 1201N?
If the replacement mouse works on the Asus 1201N, then suspect original mouse is faulty.
4. Finally, just an observartion, the Windows 7 mouse driver expects a Microsoft mouse and if you click on Control Panel > Mouse, the Mouse Properties window will say No Microsoft USB Mouse Detected but this should not prevent the use of any generic mouse.

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Hello friend,
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Take a look at this web site. Just click the link:
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/mice_pointers/mice/devices/3295&cl=us,en

Your battery may be dead.
Software for your mouse listed at this link:
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/support_downloads/downloads/&cl=us,en?selectedcrid=398&selectedcid=146

I do not have your v220 mouse so I'm unsure if you can replace it with a standard battery. Check it or exchange it from where you bought it.
Good Luck & kind Regards.
& please vote.

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