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Red light is on the part of the wireless mouse that is attached to computer what does this red light indicate ?

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  • medmgr Jul 31, 2008

    yes, mouse is functioning okay. There is a green light on left side that is always on when computer is on, and today suddenly red light on right came on. Would unpluging the USB cable, shutting down, replugging and restarting help this ? Is this a warning that mouse batteries are low? There is a small icon above red light but who knows what it is ! Thanks

  • medmgr Jul 31, 2008

    yes, mouse is functioning okay. There is a green light on left side that is always on when computer is on, and today suddenly red light on right came on. Would unpluging the USB cable, shutting down, replugging and restarting help this ? Is this a warning that mouse batteries are low? There is a small icon above red light but who knows what it is ! Thanks

  • medmgr Jul 31, 2008

    yes, mouse is functioning okay. There is a green light on left side that is always on when computer is on, and today suddenly red light on right came on. Would unpluging the USB cable, shutting down, replugging and restarting help this ? Is this a warning that mouse batteries are low? There is a small icon above red light but who knows what it is ! Thanks

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It could mean simply that there is power going to the transmitter. Are you able to use it?

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jul 31, 2008

    Usually once the battery is dead it just shuts down altogether maybe it is a warning light about a weak battery or it could be that signal between the mouse and transmitter is weak.

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