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Microsoft Wireless Optical MOuse
I've noted that certain mousepads do cause problems- it seems to be with the graphics on the pad- reflective/light/dark areas on the pad cause the different movement patterns.
I'd guess a pad with a dull non-reflective & uniform color might be best.
on Nov 23, 2016
Microsoft wireless mouse 1000 fix scroll wheel
I had a scroll wheel problem with my Microsoft Wireless Mouse 1000 and fixed it as follows.
With the corner of a sharp Stanley knife blade, I carefully peeled off the large pad at the back of the base of the mouse and removed the two screws that are hidden under it. Next I removed the screw located under the batteries. This allowed the top and bottom of the mouse to be separated. I cleaned out the inside with a small paintbrush and then sprayed a small amount of isoproplyl alcohol into the sensor at the right of the wheel. Now it's as good as new.
on Nov 25, 2014
Meaning of indicator lights on wireless receiver
I concur 2/3's with yooperbud.
1 = System is connected and working
A = Cap locks On= Cap lock is on. Off = Cap lock is off.
F = Function Key usage. On = I'm going to use the alternative fuctions of the F keys as programmed in the Keyboard settings. Off = Your using the standard features of the F keys.
on Feb 18, 2014
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