Optical mouse fix
Here is how optical mouse fix check following Procedures
Cleaning the mouse
- Turn off your computer and unplug the mouse.
- Look at the lens on the bottom of the optical mouse. If you see any debris see if you can blow it off. If not take a Q-tip and rubbing alcohol and lightly clean the lens.
- Next look at the small rubber pads on the bottom of the mouse. Dust and dirt tends to build up here making the optical mouse not move smoothly. Scrape as much of the gunk off as you can with your fingernail.
- If there is something sticky on one or more of the pads use Goo-Gone to dissolve it. Always make sure you don’t use too much of any liquid when you clean an optical mouse. It is a piece of electronic, and you want to avoid getting liquids in to the interior.
- Take a damp cloth and wipe any remaining dirt and dust of the pads of the optical mouse.
- Plug the mouse back into the computer, and enjoy your newly cleaned optical mouse.
Other possible mouse problems
- Check the mouse connection at the back of the PC. Is the cable plugged firmly into the correct port? Most newer PCs have a port labeled for the mouse.
- If the mouse cable looks damaged, borrow a mouse from someone else’s computer and see if it works with yours. If it does, then your mouse needs to be replaced. or check video to fix it cable.