Question about Logitech "Black" LX 300 Cordless Desktop LX 300 (KBLT41970) Keyboard
Okay, so here's the deal. My mouse won't scroll down. It will do the click-scroll thing, but it simply refuses to scroll otherwise. It's a gateway mouse that does not have a roller ball, but simply a laser-thingy below, and I haven't the faintest idea how to get it apart to clean the scroll button without breaking the mouse beyond fixing. It just started doing this all of a sudden and I have no idea why. We didn't tweak the settings in anyway, download anything that should be messing with it, no banging around of the mouse (that I know of!), no reason for it all of a sudden to start freaking out and not scrolling. Its greatly frustrating! Help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check that scroll lock is off
also try reinstalling the logitech software incase some setting is wrong, or you could go over all your settings in the logitech program to see what could be causing it.
Heres the 3200 laser software http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/433/140&cl=us,en
Let me know how it goes.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
SOURCE: MX1000 Laser Mouse
Optical mice often drift, if the surface they are on is less than ideal. Try a mouse pad designed for optical mice. Banging it repositions the whole mouse to a new location optically, where it is able to determine it isn't moving.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
You should make sure that you have the LX7 Setpoint software installed to set the features you want. For the scroll button or button three if pressed, I have mine set to zoom (first selection). The scroll function of the wheel should be automatic. Go the mouse movement settings and set the scroll size to 6 lines. That should allow you to scroll your pages adequately. If this helps send a reply for others to view.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: G9 Laser Mouse Scrolling Problem
(Just sigh a new macro.)
Use your G-9 software, go to buttons and click on the scroll tab.
Then record what you want done in other words
open your browser and move the bar up and down with your mouse and make sure you save it.
then try it and i bet it works.
Keep your button on macro
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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