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MS Notebook Wireless Mouse 6000

The wireless mouse stopped working..the control panel shows that the battery is good and the signal strength is excellent...yet it does not work..it stopped working just this morning...it worked fine for the last 4 months...I dont think battery needs replacement...I need some help

When I insert the key into USB port, it lights and also clicks but the mouse does not respond.

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  • amberscherre Oct 16, 2008

    My mouse is plugged in to the usb drive but does not get reception or move at all. Everything says click on trouble shooting. But how do i click on it if it does not click. I ended uup using my roomates computer. HELP!

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The part that goes into the USB port is the mouse receiver. If it has a button on it, press it and then tuen your mouse over and press the button on the bottom of your mouse. This is the reset/connect button.
Hope this is of some help. Bud

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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