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    Mighty Mouse Problems with Leopard

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    Mighty Mouse Problems with Leopard
    I recently did an erase and install of Leopard on my Macbook Pro. Now whenever I wake my computer up from sleep, my wireless mighty mouse will work for a few seconds than stop working. I tried to put in new batteries, and that didn't help. If I turn my computer off and back on, the mouse will work. And usually I have to use he power button to turn the computer off. Restart and Shut Down usually just stays on the background with the little circle ring spinning for longer than I am willing to wait. I'm not really sure what to do to fix it.

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    Mighty Mouse Problems with Leopard
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    Talking Mighty Mouse problem with Leopard
    As a suggestion, try deleting and then re-installing the Mighty Mouse software from the CD that came with the mouse. To do this you may have to go back to a USB keyboard and mouse.

    Love my Bluetooth keyboard and mouse but must have USB units as back up.

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