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My Dynex wired mouse, when plugged in, works but the red "laser" light on the bottom blinks like a really fast strobe light..making my mouse pointer jump around on the screen instead of moving around in a fluid motion. Does this mean my mouse is just broken and i need a new one?

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My laser mouse flashes too and it works just fine. I'm not certain, yours may be different than mine and maybe it's not supposed to flash on and off, but try cleaning the bottom where the light shines out using a damp soft cloth. Also try using a mouse pad with it... sometimes it may help.
If not, your mouse may be defective. Try exchanging it at the store where you bought it from.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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