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Mx revolution mouse

It just stopped working, for no reason. It still lights up normally, but it wont work!

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  • Anonymous Jun 29, 2008

    Oh man, I have the same problem. The mouse is recognized and it lights up when moved, but the cursor wont move, and none of the buttons work.

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You have to download the reconnect software from logitech and follow the directions. Sometimes they lose their connection from the reciever.

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Make sure it's clean where the light sensor is. Dustbust it or something. otherwise I'd say it's dead.

Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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