Question about Computers & Internet
First check the batteries. If they are good try pushing reset button on bottom of mouse. Watch you USB receiver and see if it blinks. Next press the reset button on the USB receiver and see if it blinks. Make sure your USB connection is good and if the receiver has been moved prior to the failure, it could be that the receiver was partially blocke somehow or not in a sightline that could read the mouse.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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