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Wireless mouse not working

The connection is detected and mouse properties says device is working

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Check the easy stuff first. Are there batteries in the mouse and turn it over and make sure it is on the "on" button...if that's ok let me know we'll try some other troubleshooting techniques...

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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Q: Troubleshooting: Basic Mouse/Trackball Problems trnsp.gif This article covers some common reasons why a Logitech mouse may cease to function.

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All Logitech mice/trackballs
Cause:
There are a number of reasons why a mouse or trackball may suddenly stop working. These include the following:
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Answer ID 3997
Created 2006-06-13 01:54:48
Updated 2009-06-03 04:28:23

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