A message window constantly pops up to say "replace your wireless mouse battery". The batteries are fine and I am unable to cancel the message or click the "remind me later" box. It seems to have been set up as part of NVIDIA desktop manager - I have a NVIDIA FX 5500 graphics card. Anyone know how to stop this window appearing.
ricjsan as a suggestion and it'll cost you less than £10, why not buy one of the Lidl chargers from the supermarket £4.75 I think they are and batteries on sale this week £1.99 for 4 whether you use AA or AAA. Then all you do is keep a set fully charged, when it comes up with the annoying window put a fresh set in and put the others on charge. Added advantage is the charger will charge 5 different sizes of batteries so if you have anything else you use batteries in get some rechargables for that eg if the kids use personal stereos or you have a tape deck or something you use down the garden. I use rechargables on my cordless doorbell as it runs through a set of batteries every couple of months.
Thank you all for your responses. I had a detailed email back from Nvidia but it seems that it was not a software problem. Nvidia do not usually deal directly with customers but do provide several help sites and FAQs.
I spoke to the PC manufacturer and HP are replacing the mouse - apparently they have seen this problem before and it was a rogue mouse !