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Lx7 mouse problem

New Mouse, new batteries. Cursor keeps getting stuck and won't move. Have receiver plugged into USB port on LCD monitor ports. Running Windows XP service pak 2. HELP!!! This is my Wife's buisness system and she is not able to work well with this problem.

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  • happyfarmer Feb 27, 2008

    Seems to be fixed. Receiver was near iPod. I attached the extension dock that comes with the mouse to the USB port on the monitor and put the receiver away from the iPod. Mouse is now working w/o problems. Will monitor this situation for future problems.

  • bojang Mar 03, 2008

    I have a simmilar problem but with another model (LX5). At one point the mouse stopped to react on movement although the mouse buttons including the scroller are working properly, I tried changing the batteries, unplugging and then plugging the mouse, resetting, cleaning the bottom, but nothing helps.

  • jmarie49 Jun 10, 2008

    We have a brand new mouse and reciever for our desktop. The wireless reciever is a "fast rf wireless mouse reciever". The set worked for a day and now the cursor wont move at all. I tried unplugging the reciever, switching the batteries and turning the mouse and the computer on and off several times to no avail.

  • djas Jul 20, 2008

    bought a Logitech LX7 on EBay from Justdeals.com. Invensted several hours to make it work. no success. Had same problem and 1 more problem that the green power indicator was also not working. Still following up to get it replaced.

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Ok i bought the logitech lx710 keyboard n mouse set
the mouse sort of works...i can click, scroll etc...but the cursor just WONT move
iv updated the drivers, tried re-syncing the mouse with te receiver
used new batteries....nothing seems to get this mouse to work!!

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

Batteries fools

Posted on May 31, 2008

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How to install 2.4Ghz wireless mouse with USB receiver?


Insert the batteries into the mouse. Turn the mouse over, find the battery cover, and slide it off. Insert the appropriate batteries-usually two AAs.
  • The wireless receiver that plugs into the computer uses USB power, so it needs no batteries.
Connect the receiver to the computer. If your computer has a USB port (as most do), plug your receiver into an available port. There will also be a green adapter supplied, in the event that your system requires the use of the mouse port. Caution-don't try and force the mouse adapter into the keyboard port!
  • The mouse receiver has a USB plug (left), but can also plug into the mouse plug through the adapter it came with (right). If your receiver plugs into the USB port it should look like the left. If it plugs into the mouse plug it should look like the one on the right, only connected to the receiver.
Connect the mouse to the receiver. Place the mouse in close proximity to the receiver, and note the following:
  • The receiver should have a visible button that is easily pushable by the average human finger.
  • The mouse will usually have a very small reset button in a hole on the bottom that can be pushed by something like a pencil or paper clip.
  • Push both buttons at the same time with the receiver and the mouse relatively close to each other for about 5 seconds or more.
Find a permanent position the receiver. Place the receiver where it won't be far away from the mouse. Depending on where you are, you can place it on the monitor, on the tower, on the back of your laptop (if you are installing the mouse to your laptop) or on the desk.
  • The furthest a wireless mouse can get away from the receiver and still function is about 9 feet (2.7 meters), so keep that in mind.
Test your new mouse.
  • If you plugged into the mouse port, restart your computer.
  • If you plugged it into the USB port you should be able to use it immediately.
  • When the cursor moves when you move the mouse, you have connected the mouse properly. If the cursor doesn't move, try repositioning the receiver. If it still doesn't work, you may need to restart your computer (if you haven't already) or reconnect everything.
Adjust your mouse settings. Use the control panel that came with your wireless mouse, or download the necessary software from the manufacturer's website. Adjust the settings so that the mouse performs as you require.

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Press the button on the back of the mouse to free the battery cover on top.

Remove the battery cover and put the supplied AA battery into the mouse.

Replace the battery cover.


Insert the wireless USB dongle into a USB port on the laptop or desktop computer.


Move the mouse and watch your computer screen.

Confirm that the mouse is connected by making the cursor move.


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  • Put in the batteries Find the battery covers and slides it off. Insert the appropriate batteries. The wireless receiver that plugs into the computer runs off the computer's power and needs no batteries.
  • Plug in the receiver to the computer. Usually the receiver will plug into the USB port, but some plug into the mouse port. If all of your USB ports are filled, see if the mouse came with a USB adapter. The adapter fits into the mouse port. Be careful not to accidentally force the mouse adapter into the keyboard port.
  • Connect the mouse once you have it plugged in. The receiver should have a visible button that is easily push able by the average human finger. The mouse will usually have a very small hole with a button inside it that can only be pushed by something like a pencil or paper clip. Push both buttons at the same time with the receiver and the mouse relatively close to each other for about 5 seconds or more.
  • Position the receiver in a place that isn't far away from the mouse. Depending on where you are, you can place it on the monitor, on the tower, on the back of your laptop (if you are installing the mouse to your laptop) or on the desk. The furthest a wireless mouse can get away from the receiver without working very well is about 9 feet (2.7 meters), so keep that in mind.
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If you plugged into the mouse port, restart your computer manually.

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I am trying to hook my mouse up to my new laptop but I can't get it to work. Please help.


1.Put in the batteries Find the battery cover and slide it off. Insert the appropriate batteries.

2.Plug in the receiver to the computer. Usually the receiver will plug into the USB port, but some plug into the mouse port. If all of your USB ports are filled, see if the mouse came with a USB adapter. The adapter fits into the mouse port. Be careful not to accidentally force the mouse adapter into the keyboard port.

3.Connect the mouse once you have it plugged in. The receiver should have a visible button that is easily pushable by the average human finger. The mouse will usually have a very small hole with a button inside it that can only be pushed by something like a pencil or paper clip. Push both buttons at the same time with the receiver and the mouse relatively close to each other for about 5 seconds or more.

4.Position the receiver in a place that isn't far away from the mouse. Depending on where you are, you can place it on the monitor, on the tower, on the back of your laptop (if you are installing the mouse to your laptop) or on the desk. The furthest a wireless mouse can get away from the receiver without not working very well is about 9 feet (2.7 meters), so keep that in mind.

5.Test your new mouse.

* If you plugged into the mouse port, restart your computer manually.
* If you plugged it into the USB port you may begin using it.
* When the cursor moves when you move the mouse, you have connected the mouse properly. If the cursor doesn't move, try repositioning the receiver. If it still doesn't work, you may need to restart your computer (if you haven't already) or reconnect everything.

This should help you to fix the problem.

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Chawah.

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Hello,

Had the same problem. But before filling the logitech RMA from to get a replacement, I put new batteries into the mouse and the mouse worked again.
I am using rechargeable batteries, and I seems to me even if the green light on the bottom of the mouse is on, the driver warning for low battery does not come on. May be the volage drops to fast with a older set of batteries.

Try out new batteries. Hope this helps.
I am using the LX7 mouse for more than 2 years with lost of abuse (>10x drops from shoulder hight to hard office floor, sitting dongle in my pocket and dropping my backpack onto the floor with the dongle on the botton in the backpack).

Regards.

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