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Mouse cursor moves, but mouse clicks do not register

Any mouse that I connect moves the cursor, but will not register any clicks, and the scroll button function has been lost in most appications. Primary mouse is a wireless Logitech keyboard/mouse combo, but Wacom tablet and hard-wired USB laptop mouse also fail. This problem has resolved itself, then recurs again, throughout the past three days. When it's working, the Mouse set up in Control Panel shows that everything is fine, the scroll button works there, too. And then it intermittently freezes up again. No viruses or spyware have been detected. Using Windows XP. Any help would be most appreciated. Thank you.

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1st mite have a virus or you need to redownload the driver for it try rebooting it .

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try to set on your MOUSE, here:

start-control-panel-mouse folder

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SOURCE: Mouse does connect but keyboard does not, vice versa

reinstall the logitech cd which came with keyboard and mouse, with the mouse pluged in. once reinstalled restart and while restart plug the keyboard in..... this should resolve the issue.

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The mouse and keyborard have to be in direct view of the reciever. Even a small obstruction will effect the operation

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I have emailed Logitech support and they are working on my problem.
www.Logitech.com/support

It has warranty for 5 years, but you will have to prove it with a purchase receipt. If you meet the criteria they will send you a replacement.

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Email them and you should hear from them.
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SOURCE: MX600 Logitech laser cordless mouse, left button stops working

Just found a temporary solution (fixes the immediate problem, but it does return):

Turned the mouse off held down both buttons, turned it on, let go of both buttons. When you let go, it works again.

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