Hello this is for the mouse that comes with the new computer, straight out of the box. I have an older Logitech mouse and can’t see any way to take it apart, either. Message 7 of Message 3 of I don’t want to start prying where I don’t have to.
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Finally i had to dispose of the mouse as useless. Message 5 of Message 7 of I don’t find the 3rd screw. laeer
I’ve taken apart other ones, but this one has no visible screws on the bottom. This topic has been archived.
The circuit board comes off easily aope you can get the grime underneath. How do you take apart an HP optical mouse? All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. The left button has to be pressed a little firmer or in just the correct spot in order to work. But stupid HP made the screws on the mouse odd type.
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I don’t want to start prying where I don’t have to. Note on archived topics. If u flip ur mouse over u will see the 2 padded grips, remove them and u will see the screws underneath! HP TouchPad – 1.
Message 1 of Use a very thin Phillip’s head screwdriver to remove the screw. Message 8 of I have an older Logitech mouse and can’t see any way to take it apart, either. I don’t understand the U or the sticker aolen the heel of your hand However, did you look in the battery compartment for screws?
If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board. Message 10 of Hope this helps you. There is no battery compartment, it is the wired mouse that came with the PC. Message 6 of Looks like I need a new mouse anyway.
Can anyone confirm how to take it apart?
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Hello this is for the mouse ,ouse comes with the new computer, straight out of the box. Message 9 of I had a similar HP Wireless mouse which has issues with the wheel detection.
Turn the mouse over and look for a hole near where your palm sits when using the mouse.