I have a Microsoft Wireless Notebook mouse that is behaving strangely. I think I need to change the batteries, but I have no idea how. One of my friends did it for me when I got it, but now I can't figure out how to change the batteries, and I hate touchpads.
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1. First, replace the batteries. Try to use regular batteries (only for testing). NOTE: Do not put the mouse on the cradle or charge the mouse if you're using regular batteries.
2. Try to connect the wireless USB dongle in to different USB ports of the computer. If same problem occurs, try to use different computer and see if the same problem occur.
3. Make sure that there's no possible wireless interference near the computer. Like base of the cordless phone, cell phone, and any other wireless devices that are using RF signals. They might interfere with the RF wireless signal of your mouse.
If it behave the same thing on different computer, then you may need to contact the manufacturer for repair.
if you have not uninstalled it,then you don't need to reinstall it
is there a light on the mouse?
If no change the batteries or else
there would be a connecter connected to the back of the system,you need to unplugg it & replug it back,after that you would be getting a small baloon tip at the botton right hand corner,now you ahve to press the connect button on the reciever & immediately press the connect button on the bottom of teh mouse.now your mouse should be working