Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
I have a cordless optical mouse. The battries in the mouse are new. The receiver keep turning itself off. When you press the black button on top the green light starts to flash, where it use to stay green all the time. While the light is flashing the mouse will work. The green flashing light just stayes on for ten to fifteen seconds and then goes off. The green light will not stay on.
Have you got the button on the mouse bottom you must press when you have pressed the one on the receiver to have them connect with each other and every time you change the battries in mouse you must repeat this proceedure.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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