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I have the power cord plugged in all time when using it because battery no good. I then plug in the mouse and things are fine. If i pull the power cord too far or wrong way it comes unplugged from laptop then the mouse will stop working. I have to power down laptop then back on and then plug the mouse back in. It works again after that.

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Well, if you have a faulty battery and the your power source is lost, the USB obviously won't work either. Sometimes when there's a sudden loss of power, the computer's devices won't function properly. A hiccup in the programming will mess them up. I would suggest getting a new battery. I hope this helps.

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