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My logitech mouse just stop working

My touchpad is still working but the wireless mouse is not responding. The red light indicator is not also illuminating.

Thank you so much for your help.

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  • rbestrelloso Dec 20, 2008

    The solution was right, the mouse is now working pretty well after changing the battery.



    Thank you so much and have a nice Christmas

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Put a new batt. in it if the red light is also off

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Hello there, Kasie!

Hopefully I can help. On laptops, there will *usually* be a "function button" one can press to disable the touchpad in the even that one wishes to use an actual mouse instead of the touchpad. -- This would be in the interest of not accidentally triggering clicks, or mouse movement when typing, etc.

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However, on some laptops, the button will be just above your touchpad... you'll be able to press it, and some sort of indicator light will either light up in red to let you know it's been deactivated, or white / green to let you know that it's currently activated.

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The behavior described indicates weak/dead batteries. Logitech brags about the battery life on this model, but in reality battery life varys dramatically between invidual units. I've seen one that would not operate at all on Ni-Cad rechargable batteries (only 1.2 volts even at full charge). If you must use rechargeables, stick with NiMH (metal hydride). Better yet, use long life lithium.

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