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Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse wont click!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by patpoitup, Feb 10, 2007.

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  1. patpoitup

    patpoitup Thread Starter

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    I just got a new wireless mouse and keyboard set. My mouse today, has begun registering only a half of the clicks that I make. Say I click "submit" sometimes I will have to click it 3 times. Is there anything I can do to fix this?
     
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    I'm going to guess wireless interference. I have a Microsoft wireless keyboard and mouse in my closet for the same reason. :)
     
  3. patpoitup

    patpoitup Thread Starter

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    interference between each other? I dont use a cordless phone or any other wireless device other than my internet. PLUS, the mouse has no interuptions in actual movement
     
  4. telegramsam

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    You did try changing the batteries, right?
     
  5. patpoitup

    patpoitup Thread Starter

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    yes but what would changing the batteries have to do with ONE button not working.
     
  6. telegramsam

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    Too little voltage will do a surprising number of weird things. The first thing it does is make things that take sudden surges of power, like clicking a button and sending the signal for it, not work well.

    Try resetting/reconnecting it--my Logisys has a connect button on the receiver-
    Also, you may be able to change channels on it too. I think I'd start by hooking up your old gear and reinstalling the software, however.

    Could just be a defective mouse.
     
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