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My Logitech LX5 wireless optical mouse has never worked properly

Left clicking on icon will not reliably open programmes despite trying all double click speeds in control panel.
Left click will not enable icons to be dragged & dropped.
Reset button does not help.
Left click WILL drag open windows.
Right clicking and using drop down menu does work.
Same fault whether using just Windows built in software or after installing Logitech driver for the LX5.
Mouse behaves identically on both my XP machines.
Receiver placed at various distances from mouse.
Batteries new.

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Hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? Friend try my gathered solutions. This problem has a simple solution—replace your batteries! Low batteries in a wireless device will cause all sorts of problems. In a mouse, this typically means that the cursor slows down, jerks around, or seems to hit an invisible wall. Fresh batteries should fix things right up.
If new batteries don't fix the problem, you have some sort of wireless interference. Try moving the wireless receiver to a new position—preferably away from other wireless devices (wireless network adapters/base stations, cordless phones, baby monitors, and the like). If interference continues, see if you can change transmitting/receiving channels on one of the devices, or consider turning off the interfering device while you're computing. Good luck friend hope i helped you.

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