Logitech M305 Wireless Mouse doesn't work help?
If you open the mouse, and remove the battery, can you see inside on the left - part of a white connector with a red and black wire going into it? Inside there is a green board - there are solder blobs in pairs - you should be able to see at least four of these. To the left of those blobs, you should see part of a white connector. You normally have to hold the mouse at an angle to see this, but if you can see the connector easily, and if you push it with a toothpick and it moves, then it has come out of the socket. This is the battery connector - I know because just a few minutes ago, I have physically opened the mouse to push this connector back in, and now the mouse lights up. Doing this would most likely void your warranty, so it is best to return it for a new one. If you wish to proceed, you have to use a sharp knife to carefully peel up the teflon pads (four of them) that cover the screws that hold the mouse together - these are the pads on the bottom that the mouse glides on. I hope this helps you and I apologise for being long-winded.
Alpine field mouse
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Lesser tree mouse
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What is the basic info on a mouse?
they love to burrow and to run around so do not but too much accessories in the cage but a water bottle (not water bowl) food bowl, and 2 buts (or one but mine each have two) do NOT have more than 1 in a cage because they WILL (no matter what) fight to the death. Remember to put a wheel in the cage or the mouse will get exceedingly overweight and dies very early (feed everyday they have a fast metabolism and starve easy).
What will become obsolete first - the monitor, keyboard or mouse?
i would say the mouse and the keyboard. computers will probably be all touchscreen soon.
is a year old frozen mouse still good to feed?
If you were the snake would you want to eat it? Just throw it away and go get another one. The mouse would probably taste just horrible for your snake (especially after all that time it's had to get freezer burn)
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Paraguayan bolo mouse
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The Hotel Mouse
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Why can't I move my mouse?
Pick up the mouse, look on the bottom, if it has a ball, simply remove the ball cover, by sliding it off or twisting it and it pops off. There are grooves and arrows on the cover that direct it's removal. The ball will fall out into your hand. Set it aside and look at the 4 rollers that surround it, They probably have built up a ridge of "fuzz" around the middle of one or more. A Q-tip and alcohol will clean this right off. Good luck.