After replacing the batteries because of the warning I got in the bottom corner. I still have the warning but have now replaced the batteries twice thinking they may have been a bad battery in the bunch.
If your warning light still remains on and you know for certain that there is no problem with your batteries try to ignore it but you could try this solution remove the device from you PC the turn the PC off , then restart you PC and when you hear the beep plug in you device and try again if this fails the problem may be in the software that loaded on you heard drive as i stated above try to ignore it falling all ells buy a new device or if still under guarantee get it replacement from were you originally bought it
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Turn the mouse over. On the bottom near the ball there is a panel on the bottom. There should be a ribbed spot. Put your thumbs there and push the panel towards the button end of the mouse. It will slide maybe a 1/4 inch or 6mm and then will be free. You can lift it off. Under the panel is the mouse ball and the batteries. You need two AAA batteries. Take the old ones out and put the new ones in. There is a little engraving showing which end goes where. Once those are in put the cover panel back on and slide it back away from the button end to lock it into place. Normally it will just start working again but once in a while you have to push the connect buttons. Use the tip of a pen to push the one on the bottom of the mouse. after that you should be up and running. If is reaaaaly being annoying you may have to push the one on the triangle antenna or base first then the one on the mouse. The mouse batteries are a bit more annoying then the keyboard ones as it will just stop without any warning. they keyboard usually acts up a bit just before the batteries go. You learn to have some spares around after a while. ;-]
I found the user guide in French. It says to slide back the cover behind the Logo on top.
also found it in English:
Installing the Batteries Optical Mouse 1 Remove the battery cover from the top of the mouse by pressing the top center (over the Targus logo) and sliding it back. 2 Insert the supplied batteries , making sure that the positive (+) and negative (-) ends of each battery match the polarity indicators inside the battery housing. WARNINGS: When replacing the batteries, you may use alkaline or other heavy-duty NiMH batteries. Never combine an alkaline with a NiMH battery in a device. Avoid mixing new and used batteries in a device. 3 Slide the battery cover back in to position until it “clicks” firmly into place. 4 Turn on the mouse by sliding the on/off switch on the bottom of the mouse to the “on” position. The optical sensor, located on the bottom of the mouse, glows red. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
well there should be a battery door on the bottom of the mouse directly below where the palm of your hand rests on the mouse and ushally holds AA or AAA batteries if you shoot me the exact model of your mouse I can assist you further if needed
Had the same problem. But before filling the logitech RMA from to get a replacement, I put new batteries into the mouse and the mouse worked again.
I am using rechargeable batteries, and I seems to me even if the green light on the bottom of the mouse is on, the driver warning for low battery does not come on. May be the volage drops to fast with a older set of batteries.
Try out new batteries. Hope this helps.
I am using the LX7 mouse for more than 2 years with lost of abuse (>10x drops from shoulder hight to hard office floor, sitting dongle in my pocket and dropping my backpack onto the floor with the dongle on the botton in the backpack).
if you have not uninstalled it,then you don't need to reinstall it
is there a light on the mouse?
If no change the batteries or else
there would be a connecter connected to the back of the system,you need to unplugg it & replug it back,after that you would be getting a small baloon tip at the botton right hand corner,now you ahve to press the connect button on the reciever & immediately press the connect button on the bottom of teh mouse.now your mouse should be working
It's a bit iffy, but if you go into the task manager (press ctrl-shift-esc) and look at the list of processes there will be one running called kbd.exe. This is HP's keyboard and mouse driver which, as far as I can tell, does very little but cause a world of pain. If you end the process (select kbd.exe from the list and hit the end process button at the bottom and confirm you want to when prompted) the warning disappears. Nothing else untoward seems to happen.