anyone know how I can fix it?
I don't wanna have to go out and buy a new mouse
Duron 750@866 (133X6.5)
Leadtek GF2 Pro 235/470
384 Meg PC-133 Cas 3
Quantum 6.4g HDD :*(
16X Pioneer Slot DVD
8X4 Panasonic CD-R
October 23rd, 2001, 11:32 AM
i don't own one but if there are no screws..none hidden under stickers or anything...its probably 2 mold halves the click together with plastic tabs of sorts.. you could very carefully try to pry them apart even if you do break it you could always superglue it back together...?
October 23rd, 2001, 12:13 PM
There are screws under the rubber feet which in turn are stuck on with a thin double sided sticky tape. you can remove them easily with a knife. If you first warm them with a hair dryer and get the knife in a corner then carefully peal back, stick the feet on some grease proof paper so they don't pick up dirt and they will simply stick back one when you are done. Once the four screws are out it's a bit of a fiddle to get the lid past the side buttons but don't force it, it will come if you fiddle.
If you still have the receipt and it's less than a year old try getting a new one through Microsoft, my fried did.
The wires tend to fray and break internally, (usually just where it enters the mouse). Think I might have a spare good mouse lead for an Intellimouse Explorer here somewhere, and I'd swap it out to anyone that wanted it. I want the old one as I can repair it.