I have been using a Logitech wireless mouse for a little under two months now with no problems. However, a few days ago the mouse just stopped controling the pointer on the computer. I have replaced the batteries and have tried reconnecting the mouse, but nothing seems to fix my problem.
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Turn the mouse over. There is a battery cover that needs to slide to open. Your mouse should take 1 AA alkaline battery. Also there is a recesssed button on the underside that you you can press (with a pen tip or paper clip to reset the mouse). Either the new battery or the reset should solve your problem.
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After replacing the new battery with new one have you press connect button from the mouse side and the receiver side also. It is necessary to sync with the sensor the after replacing the battery Hope this helps. Please rate my response. Thanks. Have a good day.
I supposed to buy my own wireless mouse but friends told me that they have similar problem with yours. I don't know why wireless mouse is easy to dispose. If I can buy one, and find problem the same as yours, I will try to reconnect and fix it. For now, my advise is try to connect to another computer set if it goes. If it doesn't then purchase another one of quality model.
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This is sort of general but it just may
Make sure your batteries are in
Make sure the transmitter dongle is in
Look on the transmitter and the mouse
itself (bottom) for a little tiny
button that says connect
or reconnect. Move the mouse about six
inches away from
the transmitter and press both the
transmitter and the mouse.
That should reestablish the signal
twixt the two.(or three KB)
Logitech cordless devices are designed to always achieve at least 4 feet of good signal. Generally speaking, if you ahve the green light on the connect unit and the batteries are good on your actual mouse then it should work when you perform the synchronization procedure in the manual.
If it is still not working after you re-perform that you should consider relocating your laptop to try again from another environment (any electronic or electrical devices like zip drives, cd drives, etc can cause interferance). try it on a non metallic surface and if possible even try elevating the connect unit a few inches.
If it's still not working, uninstall and reinstall the drivers for your mouse and try again. If after all that it is still not working it's probably a hardware problem and you should contact logitech support for a possible warranty item replacement.