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Move the mouse's USB adapter to another port on your computer.
You didn't indicate whether there was a light or not on the mouse.
Go to Control Panel - System - Device Manager. Look for input devices. Choose your mouse. Right-click and remove the mouse. Restart your computer to see if any change.
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Posted on Sep 06, 2010
Make sure the battery contacts inside the unit are clean, and making good contact. Oxidation and dust are the most common faults of this kind. Use a qtip and isopropyl alcohol, or fine emery cloth (if corroded), and see if that helps. Also, the exact type of unit, model number, and more information about the problem will help us help you.
Good luck, and maybe the cleaning is all you need.
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