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Master Geek
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Topic # 24062 14-Jul-2008 13:03
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I bought a Microsoft Laser Desktop 7000 keyboard and mouse a few weeks ago.  I inserted the included rechargeable battery straight away and used it until it ran out of charge.  The trouble now is no matter how long I put the mouse on the charger, a message pops up saying the mouse battery is critically low.

When I put the mouse on the charger, the red led on the mouse flashes so I assume it is charging.  I've tried putting an Energizer 900mah battery in there, but the same problem occurs.  Any ideas?

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 147991 15-Jul-2008 08:57
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No ideas?  I guess no one has bought this keyboard/mouse combo then....

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  Reply # 147997 15-Jul-2008 09:04

I've got one but don't have that problem I'm afraid. I sit the mouse on its little charger and the green light comes on... all is good.

sorry, not much help.

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