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Justin

 
Member Since: Jan 09, 2007
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Originally Posted by Neo View Post
I think this problem is caused by low batteries. You can troubleshoot by replacing the almost-dead batteries in your mouse with new, fully-charged batteries. A package of 2 new AA batteries can be found at apple.com/store for $12*. They may also be available elsewhere online (check eBay or Amazon).

*not really
Yes, I had managed to work that one out, but thanks.
Actually it is my custom to keep using my mouse until it doesn't work. Generally lasts quite a few days on low power, so no problem there. But since I already know the batteries are low, I don't want it to keep telling me every minute. I can't find in preferences where to turn off this repetitive warning.
Anyone know?
Thanks
Justin

Using brand new macbook
QUOTE Thanks