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Old 08-07-2005, 05:40 AM   #1
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My USB Mouse is stuffing up....
When i try to use it loses all power, when i move it to a certain area it regains power, when i plug it into a different USB port it gains power then disconnects ( I don't pull it) reconnects and repeats

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Reinstall is all I can come up with?

Sorry not much help tho
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Old 08-07-2005, 03:43 PM   #3
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It lost all power, i think i neeed a new mouse
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Maybe so..

But is it that old?
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is it possible that the mouse has dust inside of it?


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Two years of heavy use, Dust? its optical
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hmm thats strange..2 years isnt long, optical, and yeah i have an optical and mines about even 3 years...

If you say its had heavvy use then maybe a part is lose or something, not sure..?

But then again it might pay off geting a new one if you have the spare cash to spend and you still cant find out whats wrong, like alot of mucking around..
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yeah if it's acting up to much for you and it's not in a dusty area, I would just go out and buy a new one.


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