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Bluetooth mouse has worked fine for 9 months and suddenly won't work. have reboted, swabbed the laser and swabbed the track wheel. HELP

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  • jqporter May 31, 2008

    how would i know if the internal board burned? also i think blue tooth mouses cost more than $10

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Did you check to see if the internal board burned? That is most likely the problem. You may need to go out and get another 10 dollar mouse from radio shack.

Sorry

RCF

Posted on May 31, 2008

  • Ryan Frame
    Ryan Frame May 31, 2008

    Open the mouse (when it's unplugged) and see if there is any discoloration on the board. Also when I said buy a 10 dollar mouse i was not referring to a blue tooth mouse. Blue tooth is not a better product when it comes to mouses. It is only equal to all the rest.

    RCF


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