Question about Microsoft Standard Wireless Optical Mouse
Physically it is possible if you had a replacement switch and you/or a technician could install it.
Contact a computer store and ask them if they would repair it for you. Another option is to claim warranty support.
It is rather difficult to repair it ones self as the correct switch or PCBoard needs to be acquired and connected together.
You may need to purchase another mouse.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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