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Im trying to run a new mikomi am-2210 3 button optical mouse.it lights up at start of computor but light fails to remain on and therefore has no power

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The mouse does not need any driver, then when there is no problem it will work straightforward. When light goes off it means the mouse is not powered anymore, this is easily caused by a broken contact in the mouse or the connector.
Disconnect the computer power cable ( and remove battery if it is a laptop) for 20 minutes, this will get rid of eventual electrostatic problems on usb.
Connect the mouse before starting the computer.
Connect the mouse to a different pug, if you have a different computer also test it on the other computer, to ensure that is not a problem with windows.
If it still does not work , then it is probably faulty, take it back to the shop and ask a replacement.

Regards.

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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