I purchased a refurbished MX700 mouse. It came without any instruction manual or driver cd. I plugged in the charger and the cord into my computer with the usb inserted in the green adapter plug and into slot for mouse in back of my Dell computer. Well, I put the mouse in the docking station and thought that it would charge overnight, but I can't get it to work. One thing I didn't mention is that I reloaded the program for a new Microsoft ergonomic 4000 keyboard and specified a generic wireless optical mouse.
PS Is there somewhere that I can download a users manual? Do I need to download a driver?
-Refurbs usually come barebone, on any refurb product, definately read the terms and agreements of the warranty... No way in $*%# would I take a refurb without SOME sort of defective warranty.
-Try another computer -If it don't work on yours, try it on another one. Ensure its not lose, so wiggle it a little, and if it lights up to charge for a second, there's something interfering with the connection from the mouse to the dock. If all else fails, call the seller, cus it is, a refurb.
-Manuals are downloadable from the manufacturers website. Its a common trend that the manuals are links somewhere around the driver webpage, but a big company like logitech, shouldnt be hard to navigate.
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Ideally you need Mouseware v9.79.3. that’s what came on the
CD for my RM67A. I have a M-RM67A transmitter. The date on the actual driver
for Logitech is 7/11/2003, v220.127.116.11 (as seen in Device Manager)
If you search for mouse M-RM63 on the Logitech web site, you
can download v9.79.1. That may be good enough.Another mouse may have v9.79.3.
This is from the manual for the Logitech MX700 cordless optical mouse.
1. Press connect button on Base Station.
Its LED blinks green. 2. Press connect
button on mouse bottom. Base Station LED
turns solid green, and then off.
this is a problem with my mx700. you need to constantly clean the two brass coloured connectors at the bottom of the mouse. an eraser works well. even with this you sometimes need to jiggle the mouse a little in the holder to get it to charge. this is not logitech usual standard and very annoying.
hope this helps.
Hi, ive had the mx700 for two years and im very comfortable with it. I think you problem lies not with the mouse or the driver, but rather the mousepad. Since the mx700 is not a lasermouse, but "only" optical, it still needs a decent pad to work flawlessly. Ive had problems with these kind of mice using blank paper, magazines or tablesurfaces. Try to get a real mousepad from somewhere (should be really cheap), that should do the trick =)
I upgradet to a razer diamondback later which is a laser mouse (1600dpi, while optical mice (with the red light) have 800dpi). Some ppl say that this is too much, and not needed (you can get even higher specs =) but i felt a world of difference, it just works everywhere! (except for mirrors and glas =)