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Computer problem Actually I have an optical mouse. It is not working, although its light is on but the cursor is not moving.If you can help me then please fulfil the same.

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    I use Logitech Mini Optical Mouse for my HP laptop.The Receiver has been detected.Indicator Light can be seen.Even then Mouse Cursor doesn't move.Indicator Light is seen, doesn't that mean batteries are fine? do you still think not Fresh batteries might be the reason in my case? pls suggest.

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Make sure that you have fresh batteries, and you might try to change them twice. One time could result in still not getting a fresh set of batteries.

Be certain to shut down your machine, and when it comes back up, depending on the model mouse you have, if you have software installed, you should be able to check battery status from there. If you have further problems, please post back, otherwise thank you for rating FixYa!

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