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My logitech wireless mouse quit working. Does it have a battery that might need to be replaced?

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Yes that might be the reason. You can try it with another battery if that does't work please let us know about mouse model number so i can send you driver details ...make sure ur USB port is not loose or not working for some reason if its USB mouse.

HOpe it helps !! Good luck !!

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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