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Re: need to change battrie in my wireless logitech mouse...
If the mouse doesn't have a little door to open on the
bottom, then try this. Just behind the Left and Right keys
where your hand rests, apply firm pressure down on the cover and slide
to the rear. Some mouse manufactures have used this type of access to
replace the batteries.
Hope this helps. Bud
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on the top of the mouse press the cover down ward the battry socket is in there replace the battery then press the button on the mouse and the remote which is connected to the usb of the computer this will connect the computer to the wireless mouse
I've got a Microsoft wireless Intellimouse and the batteries in that last for months - and it's on all the time. My wife bought a no-name mini wireless mouse and found the batteries last a couple of weeks.
The difference? My mouse takes two AA batteries, hers takes one AAA. So if you change mice(?) look for one that takes two AA batteries and stay away from any that don't.
Turn the mouse over and find the small rest/connect button
on the bottom of the mouse and press it. This should connect the mouse to
the receiver and work properly. If not, try pressing the receiver button
and then press the button on the mouse. This should be done whenever you
change batteries or glitch. Hope this helps you. Bud
have you got the button on the mouse bottom you must press when you have pressed the one on the receiver to have them connect with each other and every time you change the battries in mouse you must repeat this proceedure.
I had exactly the same problem - ie Logitech MX3000 keyboard with remote mouse and only the "F mode" key and few others seemed to work around the top of the keyboard, but I don't think I had the SetPoint software. So I found it and downloaded it (www.logitech.com/setpoint).
As soon as it was installed I was asked to secure the keyboard by pressing ctrl alt and F12 and then I had to type in a 16 digit code (given on screen) and then my keyboard started working again.
I didn't have a spare keyboard so I used the on-screen keyboard (Start - All Programs - Accessories - Ease of Access - On-Screen Keyboard).
have you checked the battries in the mouse as the battries that com with the mouse don't last long and have you pressed the connect buttons on receiver and mouse as somtimes usb power receivers loose connection on laptops try this one.
hope this works