Install a Logitech cordless mouse on my desktop computer
I bought a cordless for my wife to use with her laptop. She no longer uses her laptop so I would like to use the mouse with my Dell desktop computer. (which uses XP). I don't have a CD or other instructions and have not been able to install the mouse on my Desktop. Can you help? Thanks
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Re: Install a Logitech cordless mouse on my desktop...
You didn't say what model it was, so this is general. If it doesn't work, comment back, before rating, with the specific model and I will be more detailed.
Make sure you have good batteries in the mouse.
Plug the receiver into a usb port. try to keep it as close to the mouse as possible. There should be a small connect button on the receiver. Press it. Then there should be a small connect button on (under) the mouse. Press it. The mouse should begin working.
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For that make sure your cordless mouse driver installed. For that right click on my computer then click on proeperty then click on hardware->device manager. Then make sure there you see all driver list. Find your cordless mouse driverr and uninstall it then reinstall.If it is not there then install driver. Also remove cordless software from start menu->control panel->add remove program. Then reinstall driver from disk it comes with cordless mouse when you bought it. Let me know if you need more assistance. Thanks.
yes you can use your mouse with laptop to. For that you need usb wireless or bluetooth dongle for connect wireless mouse to laptop. Then install cordless mouse driver in laptop then it works fine. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks.
Un plug your mouse plug from your computer. next push the buton on your remote control, And push the mouse buton then the keyboard. it will work. if it does not work push the keyboard first then the mouse. it works for me . hope it does for you. ty saw
Do you have the piece that plugs into the computers usb port and changed the batteries, or charged it, I have a logitec on 2 machines, you either have a receiver that plugs into the laptop/desktop, or a device that takes up to 3 wirelwss accesories that plugs into the usb port, they both take batteries in the mouse and keyboard. you can download the software for your keyboard on the logitevh wesite, at www.logitech.com
Go to the Logitech website. In the support/downloads are you will find the software & drivers you need to install to your computer. You can download the generic logitech wireless driver & then let the new software determine the model. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
in short Yes. however let me explain something. You must leave the wifi connector for the one you are using plugged into your computer, and you must install the drivers for the nano mouse, and leave its wifi connector plugged in as well. this is very simple. The reason for leaving both wifi connectors connected to the computer is because one will allow your keyboard to input data and the other will alow you to move your mouse. the only problem that i know of in this situation is interfearence between the mouse and the keyboard being on different Frequency channels however I dont think you will have this issue. Thank you and I really hope this helps. <---Sorry for the length