Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
This depends largely on the mouse you have chosen to install.
Older logitech mice had a CD that installed the proper drivers and sometimes a configuration program. Plug in the appropriate port then insert the CD when the PC asks for the drivers.
Wireless logitech mice usually are plug and play now.
No CD with the mouse. Plug into the USB the detector/receiver.
Put batteries in the mouse. Place detector/receiver in front of the area you plan to use the wireless mouse.
Viola your done.
I won't comment on Vista as this is the elephant in the room. :)
Suffice to say: Windows 7 will replace it very quickly and none too soon.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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