Question about Microsoft Wireless Opt Mouse 2000- Grey
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I assume it does not work now. I would turn off the mouse, if it has a switch and remove the battery. You may need to replace the battery. If it has any little screws on the bottom, unscrew them and try to get inside of it. Some of them you have to pry open the case. Be careful it could break. Once you are inside, see if you can see the pointer, like laser light, take a small brush like a tooth brush and gently scrub the excess off. It may be necessary to use a small amount of soap and water, rubbing alcohol would be best either way, dry it out before you put the battery back in. If you use soap and water you can use a hair dryer to blow it dry, but acohol will evaporate. Good luck.
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Posted on May 25, 2011
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If the wheel got stuck you'll have to open the mous and clean the wheel, but there is a chance that the electronics got damaged, then you'll have to buy a new mouse.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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