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Thread: Mouse Problem

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    Proper Bo's Avatar spmado BT Rep: +2
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    My mouse (which I bought only a couple months ago) has recently stopped working altogether (It is a Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse Blue). When I turn on my computer, the receiver comes on as normal but the mouse just doesn't work, also, the red light that comes out the bottom either doesn't come on at all or stays on, blinking (which it never used to do).
    I know it's not the batteries and I have the latest drivers etc installed for it.
    Can anyone help?

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    Its microsoft, so what do you expect?

    (Sorry I was no help, but I couldn't resist, hehe)

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    only thing i can think of is double check the batteries.

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    Damn, that must be hard browsing this forum without a mouse

    I'll second Livy, how do you know it's not the batteries?
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    I tried two sets of new ones.
    And of course I'm using a damn mouse you fool! I have the one i got with the computer!

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    hmm, have u tried hitting it?

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    is it plugged in?

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    You don't need a mouse to browse this site. The keyboard works fine.

    I bet your mouse that you got with your PC has no batteries but is wired.
    Have you checked the PS/2 connector that all the pins are not bent and that it is properly plugged in?
    Is there a reset button on the transmitter? Press it.
    Is there one under or on the mouse? Press it too.
    Try other new batteries again and make sure they are oriented + and -
    If all fails is it still under warranty? Exchange it.

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    Originally posted by thisiswhoweare@26 May 2003 - 20:05
    is it plugged in?
    LOL... yes you may want to check that
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    it does happen

    do a thousand things to solve hardware problems, and all it is is a disconnected wire..

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