Question about Compaq Wireless Keyboard/Mouse p5304
The red light is the laser that senses where the mouse is moving. In this case it's a hardware failure, the bulb/laser died out.
The clicker is a separate part to the device so it will still work, and it should still connect to your computer like you stated.
If you are really attached to the mouse, you might be able to find a general computer store/ technician who can replace the laser but it'd be costly.
Your best bet is to either see if the company will replace it, or you might have to scrap the mouse for a new one.
Best of luck! Your mouse is important so I hope it works out well :)
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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