Hi. Every one. I'm pretty upset now and I don't know what to do. It's kinda long, but here oges: My Apple wireless mouse ran out of batteries so I replaced them. Then, the mouse would not reconnect. It would flash like it was trying to connect, then stop flashing. The computer thought the mouse was connected. It was very weird, because the light was off, and the pointer wouldn't move. However, you could click on anything that was under the pointer. I called Apple and we tried EVERYTHING, and finally determined it was a faulty mouse. So...I went to my local Genius Bar and got it replaced with a new one. They tried my broken old mouse with their PowerBook, and got the same symptoms as me. So I just took home the new one, put fresh batteries in, and tried it out. SAME PROLEM. I think, no way. Two mice can't be faulty. So I tried it with my iBook, and still, the new one had the same symptoms as the old one. Now, my question to you is, what is going on? I thing the only logical explanation would be that the Mac mini is doing something to the mice, and then destroying them, which would explain why they don't work on other Macs. Anyone have a problem similar to this? I am really at a loss as to what do do now.