Question about Logitech MX700 Cordless Optical Mouse (MOLOMX700)
I bought a keyboard/mouse duo from a friend but the mouse doesn't work and I get a message to insert batteries - I did that and charged them, downloaded the drivers from logitech and still it won't work. I read somewhere that you need to update windows, which I did and have autoupdate anyway, so why, oh why doesn't the mouse work still????
Sounds like the mouse is bad. If you bought it from a friend, then it may very well be the case. I would replace the unit.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
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