Mouse Problems

  • HAZCHEM
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have a Logitec Dual Optical mouse, i have had it for about 1 or 2 years and it is finnaly starting to play up. For example, for no reason just seem to turn off, as in it looses complete power, when i unplug and plug it back in it regains power only to lose it 5min later. I also had this problem with one of my microsoft mouses but it was only 2 months old. Has any one else had this problem and know how to resolve it.

Thanks For you time Sorry about my spelling.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

My first suggestion would be to purchase a new one.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/de ... 0?v=glance


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Post 3+ Months Ago

Is it a wireless optical? perhaps the batteries need replacing? :)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Nu its not a wireless mouse i think i will just by a new one thanks for the held any way.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

OMG i have the same problem i have 2 of thoes mise and iv been trying to find out about it for a while. lol i end up switching my good mouse back and fourth to each computer it must be defective
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I have had the same thing happen many times in the past. My problem has always been the wire where it connects to the mouse ... or the wire where it connects to the connector. At these points it is usually strain relieved which means it is reinforced to take repetitive movement of the wire / mouse interface (bend a paper clip back an forth and it eventually snaps in half) This is the same Phenom. Perhaps your wire is not draped in a manner that strains this interface. Anyway, get a new one. Make sure it is a high resolution 800 dpi for best performance.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have the same problem too. I haven't found a cure yet.

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maybe the port itself is what's bad. Is it a usb? or ps2?
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Post 3+ Months Ago

best cure to date for a defective mouse is, first unplug said mouse, buy new mouse at local store, then get big hammer, go outside (preferred location), commence to beat defective mouse with big hammer till smile appears on face, if any on lookers come around stop and walk away from mouse and twitch a few times muttering swear words at the manufacture of said defective now destroyed mouse :twisted:

ps: for further enjoy ment get friend to video tape defective mouse beating and send the video and what's left of the mouse back to the manufacture and ask them to fix it :D
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p.p.s. and post the video on ozzu so we can all enjoy! :thumbsup:

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I am having the same problem here at work.... What is wrong with mine is the connection on the hard drive is loose. we took off the casing and tightened the port and it work fine for me now...

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