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New mouse wont connect....

My new logitech MX™ Revolution will not connect to my computer but my old dynex will and both are wirelss what do you reccomend i do to hook it up

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  • torqie Dec 10, 2008

    tried the reconnect utility and mouse is charged and it did not work. Tried uninstalling usb ports and starting fresh with a fresh install and still wont work. Maybe my mouse is defective.. it used to work GREAT!

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    Javi Napalm Candy Jan 19, 2014

    I had exactly the same problem.... it is maybe a programed obsolescence?

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This is a common problem, go to the Logitech website (www.logitech.com) and download the Reconnect utility. Follow the steps given to you in the software and it should work fine! If not, is the mouse fully charged?

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