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Does the wireless mouse receiver has battery?

I have a M-RN67 Logitech Cordless mouse which I am using after 5 years now. I have replaced the batteries in the mouse device. The mouse is still not working. Do I have to change the batteries (if any) present inside the Receiver too?

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Yes please you have to as five years is a very long time for any battery to survive. Also I am sure you have its CD that came with it so that you can load its drivers. So, Install the drivers first. Then connect it to the PC after a reboot. Allow Windows to detect it and load its drivers and then start using it.

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You need to chean the recivers motherboard only thenn it will work but dont try that whit othermouses because thet type of error has only that mouse

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