Question about Logitech 9311570403 Mouse
My Logitech optical corded mouse with a wheel is dying. I don't see any batteries and I can't get the top off to find out. It works with my Dell desktop.
If it is plugged in to your computer, it won't have batteries. Only wireless mice do.
I assume it's a Laser Mouse? If so, try plugging it in to a different USB port. Also try cleaning the laser, making sure it's clean of dust and dirt, also check the surface it's being used on as it doesn't work well on different surfaces! If it still doesn't work, then it's probably a hardware fault - chuck it out, time for a new one!
Hopefully I've been of some assistance!
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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