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Logitec mouse will not connect via bluetooth. I have gone through the process of pluging in the bluetooth usb adaptor run the the detection process and it still cannot find the mouse. It has been working but recently quit. Any suggestons would be appreciated.

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  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2009

    My mouse has also stopped working. I've checked the bluetooth connection, and changed the batteries, but still not connection.


    Any suggestions

  • susie340 Feb 04, 2009

    I'm having the same problem. My mouse won't connect and I've gone through the process to connect and changed the batteries, no luck.


    Any suggestions

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Get another mouse... retuen that one of you can... honestly- some tech that should work- may not sometimes- so it's better to buy a different one.

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