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Abhishek3168
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HP X3500 Wireless Mouse

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HP X3500
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Hi there , I am using an HP X3500 wireless mouse . It has only been 3 months since i bought it . Recently i have noticed that the red light is flashing 11 times then the mouse goes off . After i click any button on the mouse becomes active.How can i make this right? Is this some battery saver mode or anything?

Let me know  if anyone can help.

Thanking you,

Abhishek

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@Abhishek3168

 

Welcome to HP Community

 

I have gone through your Post and I understand your concerns

 

Have you tried replacing the Batteries or use the mouse with another computer?

 

Keep me posted

 

Thank you

 

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