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I have an all-in-one HP desktop computer with a wireless HP mouse.

 

Design: A black On-Off switch on the left side and a the blue 'Connect' button on the right side, both on the back (but no charging station).

 

Q1: Is there a safety issue if the wireless mouse switch is left in the 'On' position (by mistake) before the cover is removed, the old battery is removed, the new battery is replaced, and the cover is put back on?


A:

 

Q2: Can the mouse cover be removed and the batteries replaced while the computer is on or, for safety purposes, should the desktop computer be turned off first?

 

A: 

 

Q3: After replacing the batteries, does the bottom part of the cover snap into place first and then the top two portions (that control the two top front buttons) snap into place?

 

A"

 

No user manual since it was bought new-The answers are appreciated.

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@Mousey78 

 

It should have a manual or User Guide online but what is it ?

 

Regards.

BH
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