VX Revolution Cordless Mouse for Notebooks dead as a door nail...
My computer is an older Compaq Presario using Windows XP. The Logitec cordless mouse is version Logitec VX Revolution Mouse for Notebooks. Are the two right for each other? Mouse does not work whatsoever. I've tried to download the software disc, but it won't even run. I have to use an adaptor plug for my older Logitec wireless mouse and have used it for several years with no problems. The new micro receiver fits the adaptor easily. The little User's Guide if pretty much worthless. Thank you for your time and consideration. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Re: VX Revolution Cordless Mouse for Notebooks dead as a...
I see no reason that the mouse should not work. They have the Xop driver and the install software. Download both and also read henote that they are talking about in. red. I didn not download it myself. If this doesn't work you can get a common PS 2 mouse for a small amount most anywhere including Walmart.
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Yes. Each mouse generates it's own datastream, and therefore requires a separate data channel. The receivers for these mice were never designed to handle more than one channel at a time. This operating system usually has no problem with more than one pointing device.
I have same mouse. First make sure that you removed a small plastic that prevents battery (in mouse) to make contact and that you use the correct polarity for the battery. Connect the usb receiver to pc wait for the pc to recognise the devise and push the power button below the mouse. That should do it. I had no problem with any windows or linux distributions of any kind. If that doesn't helped maybe your mouse is not working correctly and you should turn it back and ask for replace! Hope that helped!
Because you don't list what model Logitech cordless mouse you have, look in this list to see if yours is on it. If it is, click on the link and download and install the driver. This
download has the latest drivers and SetPoint software for Logitech
cordless, wireless and Bluetooth pointing devices (mouse). http://www.softwarepatch.com/utilities/logisetpoint-dl.html Specifically
the mouse driver is for the following models:
Anywhere Mouse MX
Cordless Mini Optical Mouse
Cordless Optical Mouse
Cordless Optical TrackMan
Cordless TrackMan Optical
Cordless TrackMan Wheel
G1 Optical Mouse
G3 Laser Mouse
G5 Laser Mouse
G500 Gaming Mouse
G7 Laser Cordless Mouse
G9 Laser Mouse
G9x Laser Mouse
LX3 Plus Laser
MX 610 Left-Hand
Performance Mouse MX
I hope this helps and good luck! Please remember to vote and leave a testimonial.
Seems that the left mouse button needs to be replaced. If you have an old mouse, you can use it as a source of a spare mouse button, & replace the defective button on your VX Revolution. However, you need to make sure that: 1. The replacement button is identical to the defective one. 2. You have enough skills to solder/desolder electronic components.
Yes, the cordless mouse will work on a desktop system, but because of the limitations in distance between the mouse and the USB transceiver, you will have to plug the transceiver into a USB port on the front of your system, or to a USB port on your keyboard or monitor if they have one.
You will also have to install the correct drivers on to the desktop system using the INSTALL CDROM that should have come with the V320 mouse.
I found no solution but plenty of similar complaints on the V270 on other than just Vista machines. I will suggest finding another model mouse and check it for Vista compatibility before buying. I am using a Logitech M-RBB_DEL4 mouse made for Dell, it's bluetooth and works flawlessly on my XP machine along with the keyboard it came with. I will try the one I just ordered on my Vista machine when the BT Keyboard and Mouse arrive.