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I am using LLC 2.6.0 (302) on my iMac 10.5.6. I receive the pop up window indicating that my USB MX air is connected but unable to move the cursor. I have switched the on/off slide button while holding down the left mouse button, then clicking the right mouse button five times, then releasing all mouse buttons. I still have no mouse movement at all. While doing the above I disconnected my old laser mouse. My mouse is fully charged. Have the usb transmit/receive in a powered usb hub as well as into the back of my computer but still can't get the cursor to move. Thank You John Flanagan Below is Logitech mouse info. M/N M-RBP123 PID LZ848B1 P/N 832323-0000 Software version 2.6.0 (302)

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    I was not getting any charging lights from the mouse while it was in the charger! I guess the batteries were not hooked up inside. I sent it backed to Amazon and they sent me a new one which is working fine. Thanks, it was a battery problem.

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Batteries might not be any good, try replacing the batteries, hope this helps.

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