Ok so i have this hp wireless optical mouse. its 1 of those that comes with a tiny lil reciver thing. yesterday it was working fine but today it doesnt work. when i connect it i get the connection sound and then the disconnection sound. can u help me please.
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turn the mouse over, press and hold the tiny button on the bottom. At the same time - find the transmitter connected to your pc and press and hold the tiny button on it too and hold both buttons down for a few seconds. This will calibrate your mouse and return it to working order.
Only one thing for Hardware of Mouse if wireless cheak if Reviver is Faulty and connects with Wireless Mouse and if still no respond try another reciver to see if the other wireless Mouse correctly works.If it Mouse that gone and have Garentee take back to store if your warenty is in Refunded Policy or you apply for Garentee on your Product.
Check HP Support. It is expansive and has helped me out of almost every problem I ever had. You can try contacting them by phone or email and they may offer you one. It will certainly be cheaper than the entire set.
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Most devices last a long time. Have you tried re-installing the software for the keyboard & Mouse> Also go to microsoft download center and get the latest drivers for you setup. Make sure when you do, choose the right Operating System driver for your Keyboard & Mouse. Hope this helps. Bud