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Logitech LX8 will not work

I am attempting to install a Logitech LX8 wireless mouse to my desktop computer. I removed my old mouse and connected the LX8. However, my computer does not recognize the new mouse. The arrow head appears on the monitor, but will not move. I have tried both ways, (1)plugging the receiver directly into the USB port and(2) using the USB stand.

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When you pllugged in the receiver, did you push the little button on it?
Once you did that, did you turn the mouse over and push the little "connect" button? I'm assuming, of course, that you put new batteries in it!
Also, I'm assuming that the USB port is working.
You could always go into the device manager and see if the device shows up. If it does, delete it and try to connect it again.
If all that fails, you have a dead mouse.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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