I've had my mouse doe a year and a bit. However it has been in storage for a few months. I put it in it's cradle to charge. It says that it's fully charged. Then i plugged it into my new laptop, with vista (the drivers were successfully installed). The mouse is fully charged and, espite being plugged in, it doesn't work-as in the arrow on the screen doesn't move!! what could be wrong? other devce, using usb, work on my laptop and there is a lot of memory left on my laptop.
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This tablet does t reset with the power button unlike other Android devices. When you hold down the on/off switch, it only drains the battery. If you see the color indicator still charging, allow a full charge.Then, only stay put and pulse the button for a moment quick and let it rest few seconds to try again and again. Only when u see a light coming out of the screen, and I recommend you do this with the power cord on, you hold the power switch down until the rebooting is iniciated. Let go til it is finish and see where the problem is. More likely, like mine, the Settings stop working and needs tune up for the CPU. Never leave an application running when closing your system. With or without internet connection.
I assume you are using usb socket to charge mouse. The voltage on a USB is 5volts , you may have a problem here. It may not be producing the correct voltage. Or you may have a problem with your cradle. I would suggest you see a repair person and get them to look at the USB voltage and the Mouse cradle..
Hope this helps.
First try unplugging the charging base and using a Qtip and a light amount of rubbing alcohol(because it evaporates) to clean both charging surfaces:
The 2 gold colored medal plates on the bottom of the mouse and the 2 prongs that touch them on the base. Wait about 15 minutes to make sure all rubbing alcohol has evaporated. Plug the charging base back in and see if its working. If it didn't seem to help, you can easily change the re-chargable batteries in the mouse as they are just 2 re-chargable AA batteries. Make sure they are replaced only with "re-chargable" batteries only. Replacing them with non-rechargable AA batteries can cause them to explode if placed upon the charging base.
this is a problem with my mx700. you need to constantly clean the two brass coloured connectors at the bottom of the mouse. an eraser works well. even with this you sometimes need to jiggle the mouse a little in the holder to get it to charge. this is not logitech usual standard and very annoying.
hope this helps.