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Re: Strange icon rises above system tray - Solved
If you are using rechargeable batteries (so you aren't spending lots of
money on replaceables), maybe they're too old and need to be replaced.
They do degrade over time.
The language configured in Windows for its regional settings. If a
product is distributed worldwide than it should provide multi-language
support. They can detect the language settings and decide whether to
show mouse, miš, la souris, ποντίκι, mus, мыши, mysz or whatever fits
for the configured language. Hell, they could use an icon showing a
mouse device (http://www.projectlemur.org/images/mouse_icon.gif). They
obviously knew how to add the warning icon to the popup.
I've seen where you can buy new mouse skates to replace your old worn
ones (or when you had to remove them to get at screws underneath to
dismantle the mouse to clean out the cat hair or lint that you can't get
out with tweezers around the LED), like at:
A table probably more friction than a mouse pad (although I've seen some
"micro" positioning mouse pads that actually have MORE friction so there
is increased drag on the mouse). Your pads probably got worn down and
you need new ones. You could call HP to see if they have replacements,
too. I'm assuming this mouse actually has skates (teflon pads) rather
than just bumps in the underside of the case.
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