I have a Logitech mouse that I plug into my computer. It scrolls around and responds just find to move, but when I try to click it to open something it does nothing. I have to push really hard or sometimes 3 times and it will finally open something. Sometimes it doesn't work at all, but the movemove around is just fine. Ideas?
Even though it does not make sense, if you are using a wireless keyboard that is part of a combo pack (mouse included) sometimes (some brands) you have to plug in all cords on the keyboard/mouse receiver.
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if you have logitech manager on your pc look for the mouse and keyboard utility open it and highlight my mouse under sect.2 you'll see
3 options, highlight 3,sect.3 then opens up check universal scroll and at the bottom move the slider about two spaces to the right,click on apply and ok.
Do you mean you might used it on you lap rather than the desk and have changed the angle of the mouse? It will be the lazer, (if changing the angle of the mouse works). Disruptions occur with the lazer, hey they don't wear like a ball mouse does. You can have it repaired, just have to decide if it is cheaper or easier to just replace it. (Tip, don't leave it in direct sunlight when you are away from the computer. It shortens the life of a lazer mouse).
Most Logitech wireless mouse are just Plug-n-Play and it does not require any driver installation. All you have to do is to plug the wireless dongle to the computer and connect the mouse. Here's what you need to do:
1. Make sure that the batteries are fresh or fully charged. 2. Turn ON the mouse using the switch button. 3. Locate the connect button on the dongle (receiver) and then press it once. 4. Hold down the connect button underneath the mouse for 5 secs. and then release it. And the mouse should work.
If the mouse is not responding, then hold down the connect button on the dongle and on the mouse at the same time for 5 secs. and then release them both. Move the mouse around.
The scroll button should be the wheel. rolling back the wheel should scroll for you. you can also auto scroll by pushing down on the wheel and gently pulling the mouse backward. (faster you pull the mouse, faster it scrolls)