Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
I had purchase a Logitec M150 Cordless Mouse(Black colour) on 15 Jun 2012 at Bhopal. From last week, right bottom of the mouse does not function properly. Insipe of change of battery has been chang the right bottom does not work properly. Please advice further action.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello ,on the bottom of your mouse there is a cover that you remove thats were the 2 aa batteries go. the cover has the wireless info on it you'll see a spot were you can use your finger nail to pop the cover off then after installing your batteries just pop it back on.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
The V220 is a quite nice rodent, my favorite. Check 3 things.
1) Is the battery facing the right way? Minus end goes in first. Green LED should turn on for a few seconds after the battery is installed.
2) Is the mouse ON? The switch under the mouse is supposed to turn on automatically when the receiver is removed. This does not always work.
3) Unplug the USB Receiver. Connect it to a different USB port. Run the Logitech Connect utility.
If the mouse still does not work, uninstall the Setpoint software and reboot. It is possible that the driver did not install correctly. After reboot, try Step 3 again.
Setpoint software is only needed if you want to use the wheel click or horizonal scroll features.
If all else fails, try installing your V220 on a different computer.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: change battery
If it is cordless, it has batteries. You can usually tell if the small red light is off on the bottom.
Most mice have the battrey compartment in the rear half of the top of the mouse. The rear half slides off. Something like this:
Yours will probably hold 2 AA batteries. If it is one of the smaller ones it may have the battery compartment underneath and take 2 AAA batteries.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for using Fixya.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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