Question about Saitek PM45p Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse
Make sure the mouse batteries are fully charged.
Also make sure the mouse is not too far away from the base / cradle and there is nothing blocking the sensor on the front of the mouse cradle.
Make sure all the cables are fully inserted. Check both ends of the power adapter plug going into the back of the mouse cradle and the plugs leading to the back of the computer.
Try cleaning the little red LED light under the mouse with a QTip to remove any dust.
Make sure you restart your computer with the mouse cradle / base plugged into the mouse port.
Then be sure to connect the base and the mouse by pushing the button on the base unit, then the small button on the underside of the wireless mouse.
Also try using a different mouse pad. Some work better than others with certain brands of wireless mice. And also make sure there is not another wireless mouse being used in close proximity. The two can often interfere with each other.
Thank you and good luck.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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