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Logitech cordless mouse wheel won't work. pages

Batteries are new and the light under device is on BUT the scrolling wheel will not work and on occasion the page moves on it's own as if I am rolling the wheel (?!)

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Need model-try on another ps if still notworking correctly. call logitech for support.

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The "scroll wheel" is mechanical with sensors. Wheel has holes where light passes through it and sensors to convert motion either scroll up or down. If that sensor is no longer working, repairing it is more tedious (not a good idea).

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The problem is likely in the software (drivers), assuming that you are using quality batteries (those manufacturer's specs are based on top-shelf, fresh-off-the-truck alkaline batteries).

When you replaced the first set of batteries, the absence of a mouse caused the receiver to search, and having found none, it's common for the driver to reset to default settings.

The Logitech driver is the first suspect; go to Control Panel, Logitech Mouse...Driver Properties... Look for the "Auto-off" setting, and change it to 10-30 mins (or the lowest setting you can live with)...What you're looking for is the driver that has reverted to "never" in the auto-off setting...and if that isn't changed here, then it was Windows.
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From the new menu, choose the "hardware" tab, and the "Properties" button near the bottom.
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Replace the batteries anyway.
It does not take much battery power to light that LED.
Whenever a wireless mouse STOPS working for no reason.
I immediately suspect the batteries.

You can first try switching to another USB port.
This often causes system to Wake UP and realize a new devise has been detected.

Does this happen in one spot?
There could be some device close by that is interfering with the signal.

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