Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
One of two things are happening. The mouse has gone bad, or one of it's
driver files is corrupt. Optional:(Run your anti-virus program on the
drive containing the mouse drive).
Unistall the Logitech Mouseware by using the Add or Remove Programs in the Control panel. Plug in your mouse via the PS2 and reboot. When back up, windows should use the default PS2 driver. If it works, or if not, go ahead and re-install you mouse, but do not install all the other junk Logitech wants you to install.
You may even consider downloading the updated driver from Logitech for the new install.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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