How To Solve Macbook Pro Wireless Mouse Stopped Responding.

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Guys I recently bought a Cables Kart Wireless Mouse for my MacBook Pro. It connects smoothly and gives a fine experience while clicking and scrolling around the screen. It also works just fine for gaming too.

But the only problem is that it sometimes stops responding intermittently. No cursor movement or nothing on the screen. Then I usually have to reconnect to continue with my work wich is most of the times too much to do. So can anyone tell me how to solve macbook pro wireless mouse stop responding issue?

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How To Solve Macbook Pro Wireless Mouse Stopped Responding.

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Solution 1: Try clicking any mouse key.

You may try clicking any mouse key and wait for some time till the device responds well it may take a while.

Solution 2: Checking for interference in signal

1) Now, these issue may happen due to interference as 2.4HZ wireless networks usually cause interference. Make sure no 2.4 HZ electronic devices like cordless phone base, microwave ovens, and other such devices are away from your Macbook.

2) Kepp  Mouse within 30 feet of your Macbook.

3)Make sure that no metal object is lying between your Macbook and the mouse.

Hope it helped you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #304398

How To Solve Macbook Pro Wireless Mouse Stopped Responding.

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Solution 1: Try clicking any mouse key.

You may try clicking any mouse key and wait for some time till the device responds well it may take a while.

Solution 2: Checking for interference in signal

1) Now, these issue may happen due to interference as 2.4HZ wireless networks usually cause interference. Make sure no 2.4 HZ electronic devices like cordless phone base, microwave ovens, and other such devices are away from your Macbook.

2) Kepp  Mouse within 30 feet of your Macbook.

3) Make sure that no metal object is lying between your Macbook and the mouse.

Hope it helped you.

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