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Aktuelle Version von: Dan ,

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If you look at the bottom of the mouse you'll see a small window in the shell and inside you'll see two lenses. The smaller one is an IR light source and the larger is the photo detector array. Basically, a grid of light is projected onto the surface and as the light is disturbed the sensor is able to tell which way you are moving the mouse (some very cool stuff is going on here!)
-Anyways... you likely have some dirt on the lenses or you likely have a weak battery. Carefully take a dry cotton swab (Q-Tip) and give it a quick wipe (spinning the swab) see if that solves it. You may need to check your cable and connection that you are intact charging the mouse.
+Anyways... you likely have some dirt on the lenses or you likely have a weak battery. Carefully take a dry cotton swab (Q-Tip) and give it a quick wipe (spinning the swab) see if that solves it. You may need to check your cable and connection that you are in fact charging the mouse.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Dan ,

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If you look at the bottom of the mouse you'll see a small window in the shell and inside you'll see two lenses. The smaller one is an IR light source and the larger is the photo detector array. Basically, a grid of light is projected onto the surface and as the light is disturbed the sensor is able to tell which way you are moving the mouse (some very cool stuff is going on here!)

Anyways... you likely have some dirt on the lenses or you likely have a weak battery. Carefully take a dry cotton swab (Q-Tip) and give it a quick wipe (spinning the swab) see if that solves it. You may need to check your cable and connection that you are intact charging the mouse.

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