Question about Logitech Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebook 931151-0403
Place when it finally starts. I have to press the button several times before it will even point on what I want it to. Then It is moving all over the place and I put new batteries in it for the second time so it is not the batteries. Please help as this thing is driving me up the wall. It takes forever and I have to keep pressing the left and right side to get it to land on what I need. Do I just need to return it and get a new one? Will my old mouse that uses a cord work with my cordless keyboard in the meantime? Thanks.
Have you connected the mouse and keyboard to the receiver? There is a button on the bottom of each marked "connect". Press and hold the button down and watch the light on the receiver. The blinking will change when the device is recognized. It should operate smoothly after that.
Let me know how it works out.
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