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Logitech cordless mouse won't work right. Hard to stop in one

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.

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  • tnjackie Feb 19, 2009

    I used the connect button and the button under the green light however the light just keeps blinking. Is it supposed to remain on all the time without blinking? Mine does not do that. I am using Duracell Coppertop batteries, would that matter? Thanks.



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  • tnjackie Feb 19, 2009

    I have connected the mouse with the buttons. The green light just keeps blinking. Is it supposed to remain solidly on all the time? Thanks.



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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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  • Barry Parks Feb 19, 2009

    Your corded mouse should work fine with the wireless keyboard. Just be aware that if it is a PS2 mouse, round plug, it will only be detected when the computer first starts. So shut down the system, connect the mouse and restart the computer. You don't need to shutdown if the corded mouse is USB.

    Duracell batteries should be fine. I haven't seen any issues with any name brand batteries.

    Something else to try would be to start from square one again. Hook up both old mouse and keyboard. take all of the batteries out of the wireless devices and let them set for a few minutes. While they are 'resting', check the area for anything that might be causing electrical interference. Also check to be sure that the area between the receiver and the mouse and keyboard is not obstructed.

    When everything is well rested, install the batteries again, and connect the receiver to the computer. You may see the 'new hardware found' message. If you do, let it complete loading and then try the connect button. Check the documentation that came with the mouse and keyboard to see if they explain the blinking. Some blink constantly while others are steady or some only blink when the mouse is in motion.

    Please keep me posted on how you are doing!


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