Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
Most Logitech wireless mouse are just Plug-n-Play and it does not require any driver installation. All you have to do is to plug the wireless dongle to the computer and connect the mouse. Here's what you need to do:
1. Make sure that the batteries are fresh or fully charged.
2. Turn ON the mouse using the switch button.
3. Locate the connect button on the dongle (receiver) and then press it once.
4. Hold down the connect button underneath the mouse for 5 secs. and then release it. And the mouse should work.
If the mouse is not responding, then hold down the connect button on the dongle and on the mouse at the same time for 5 secs. and then release them both. Move the mouse around.
Hope this helps and have a great day!
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