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Computer won't recognize the mouse

The mouse is on and flashing but won't connect to the computer. This is new - it was working fine at the beginning.

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You can try it changing the USB connector if it is USB mouse,

Posted on Nov 05, 2012

  • Rhoda Wood Nov 06, 2012

    No, it's a wireless mouse.

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SOURCE: Mouse not recognized/ mouse port not working

I kept hold about 30 seconds the blue light button on the USB controller device and it worked!. I guess that's the way to sinchronize both the mouse and the USB controller of the mouse. Ramón.

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SOURCE: Computer not recognizing Keyboard, only Mouse

I'm having the same problem. Mouse works great but the keyboard doesn't. I've uninstalled and reinstalled the software at least twice via remote desktop- done a hard reboot on the hardware (it's a Logitec wireless keyboard) - I've even tried installing it on another computer and the keyboard and mouse both work great! I just can't get it to work on my computer. The curious thing is that the side buttons (like sleep work) but it won't Ctrl Alt Del so I can login - what am I doing wrong? Are there settings that need to be changed?

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SOURCE: Logitech wireless usb mouse not working

just see the bottom side of the receiver. you will fin a hole. clean the hole by blowing in the air. if this didnt work lust open the receiver(be careful not to break it, use plastic card or credit card on the side to open the hooks) and put 2 drops of white petrol on that part and leave it for one minute,then wipe it with cotton.

cheers...

i was also having the same problem but solved it with the help of logitech tchnical department...


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Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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SOURCE: microsoft mouse 3000 doesn't work

I email you idiots to fix a problem not to buy another product. Why should I buy a premium plan from you. With any luck it probably won't work either. Yes I did fix the problem. I threw the worthless mircosoft wireless mouse 3000 away. Problem solved

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SOURCE: brookstone wireless mouse

Connect your wireless mouse while your wired one is in the computer. Now, if there were any CDs that came with your mouse then put them in your CD reader and go through the installation process. If there were no CDs, then search online and find a driver the suits your mouse. Download it and install it.
Do not unplug your old mouse while installing the new one. You need something to use while you can't use the new one :P

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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