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If you are referring to the wheel as the top round button, that is for scrolling up and down within web pages. As for the side buttons, they are designed (default) to go forward and backward through web pages viewed. Those side buttons will most likely only work if you load the software that comes with the mouse as they are non-standard buttons. That same software may allow you to reassign the functions of the buttons for other uses.
You windows do not recognize that you have a mouse installed. Check the device manager in windows thru your control panel option and see if the mouse device is showing.Apparently the software you are using for the mouse is outdated.for the windows of your computer.or corrupt..
In order for you to program the Logitech wireless mouse, you need to install the software (CD) that came with it.
You need to launch the software after installing it, and there will be an option for you to program the side buttons as how you would like it to work. Example, you selected the upper side button to launch your Internet Explorer. All the instructions will be available in the software itself.
You may also refer to the user manual of the mouse.
Make sure the batteries are good.
Turn the mouse over and find the small
rest/connect button on the bottom of the mouse and press it.
This should connect the mouse to the receiver and work properly.
If not, try pressing the receiver button and then press the button on
the mouse. This should be done whenever you change batteries or
Hope this helps you. Bud
You should try to be more clear about what "easy launch" buttons you are talking about. I'm guessing you possibly mean on your keyboard(?). At any rate, most launch buttons can be configured and set to what things you want to launch -- so you might try re-configuring them. Logitech software is a huge burdensome set of programs that often takes over in a lot of unexpected ways. If your easy launch is more important to you than some of the Logitech features, you might try uninstalling it and simply using the drivers for your mouse that are already installed in Windows. If you need instructions to do that, repost on this forum.
1. Open the SetPointTM software and assign a keystroke to the button you want to use. For further details about this procedure, launch the Help Center within SetPoint and view the mouse topic To change the task assigned to a button.
2. Click the Windows® Start button, locate the function or application you want to launch and right-click it to display a menu. (If the function or application you want to launch is not available from the Windows Start menu, use Windows Explorer to locate it and then right-click it.)
3. Select Properties.
4. In the Shortcut tab, enter a Shortcut key that is the same as the keystroke you chose at step 1.
5. Click OK.