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Battery compartment for wireless mini optical mouse


I got a mini wireless optical mouse 800 dpi today from ebay and i know that the mouse needs 2 AA batteries to be installed, but I have no idea how to install them. I do't see a brand name on the package and there wasn't a user manual included. according to the package there should be an easy relase button to access the battery compartment but I can't seem to either find it or get it to work. There is a silver button on top of the mouse that is for releasing the usb receiver (it has storage for that) and then there is a little black button on the bottom that doesnt seem to do anything (possible a reset button???)

Any help?

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    I bought a piece of **** onn mouse. The side buttons don't work. Instead of being mouse button 4 and 5, they are mapped to alt-tab and c. I have no idea why. I want to get rid of this horrible, horrible, horrible, mouse but cannot seem to uninstall it as I cannot find it. And I know that if I don't uninstall it, I will have problems in the future.

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This sounds like the mouse I just bought. If you look closely at the mouse, you'll notice a small gap that sort of divides the top of the mouse from the bottom. Hold the mouse as if you are going to use it then slide your fingers down past that gap. Gently push down and pull at the same time and the battery compartment is just underneath. Of course, when you drop it a couple of times, the battery compartment opens and the batteries roll out, lost forever :)

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    Little button is to initialize the comm link. First push USB adapter's, then mouse's button.




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There is a small button underneath the mouse (where the usb stick goes), towards the rear. That will release the rear door and allow you to replace the AA battery.

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