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Usb mouse on laptop

My laptop Hp dv4009 loaded with win xp pro sp 2 does not recognise logitech optical usb mouse.

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    my logtech mouse doesn't work

  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2009

    I replaced the battery in my mouse now it doesn't connect to computer. seems as if no battery

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Go to start>>control panel>>add and remove porgrams.
uninstall all of the Logitech software related to the optical mouse.
restart the computer, plug in the mouse usb, the windows OS should automatically detected the mouse.
Windows OS has logitech mouse driver buldin. you don't need additiona; software.

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Did you install the driver?  On my system, XP did not recognize the mouse until the driver was installed.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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