Compressed air did the trick for me, guess it is dust that makes the left click behave abnormally (random double or even triple clicks instead of single click). However it the click feels hard, usually is a sign that the micro switch is on the way out (end of life.....)
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Because you don't list what model Logitech cordless mouse you have, look in this list to see if yours is on it. If it is, click on the link and download and install the driver. This
download has the latest drivers and SetPoint software for Logitech
cordless, wireless and Bluetooth pointing devices (mouse). http://www.softwarepatch.com/utilities/logisetpoint-dl.html Specifically
the mouse driver is for the following models:
Anywhere Mouse MX
Cordless Mini Optical Mouse
Cordless Optical Mouse
Cordless Optical TrackMan
Cordless TrackMan Optical
Cordless TrackMan Wheel
G1 Optical Mouse
G3 Laser Mouse
G5 Laser Mouse
G500 Gaming Mouse
G7 Laser Cordless Mouse
G9 Laser Mouse
G9x Laser Mouse
LX3 Plus Laser
MX 610 Left-Hand
Performance Mouse MX
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Seems that the left mouse button needs to be replaced. If you have an old mouse, you can use it as a source of a spare mouse button, & replace the defective button on your VX Revolution. However, you need to make sure that: 1. The replacement button is identical to the defective one. 2. You have enough skills to solder/desolder electronic components.
Hello. Yes, it is quite simple to remove the battery of a Logitech MX Revolution mouse yet for some reason when going through the Logitech product support website it states that it is not possible. Just remove the 4 teflon pads located on the bottom of the mouse and then remove the four screws located under the pads. Once this is done turn the mouse back upright and remove the top off of the mouse. I would suggest temporarily removing the flex cable that holds the top and bottom of the mouse together. There is a small metal clip that holds the battery in place that must now be removed. NOW FOR THE VERY IMPORTANT PART. There are two different generations of the Logitech MX Revolution mouse which have different batteries. The first Generation uses the L-LY11 battery and the newer generation of the MX Revolution uses the L-LL11 battery. There is no way to tell which battery your mouse uses without first opening up the mouse. Once opened you can easily tell which battery your mouse uses. Here is a link to a site that shows you an example of the L-LY11 battery: MX Revolution L-LY11 Battery Here is a link to a site that shows you an example of the L-LL11 battery: L-LL11 Battery for Logitech MX Revolution Mouse As you can see the L-LY11 battery has wires and a plastic connector and the L-LL11 battery has contacts. You should definitely determine which battery your mouse uses ahead of time to eliminate any frustration caused by ordering the wrong battery ahead of time.
Not sure how your mouse is configured but will give you two possibilities to use.
Turn your mouse over and see if there is a small door on the bottom where the batteries are located.
If the mouse doesn't have a little door to
open on the bottom, then try this. Just behind the Left and Right
keys where your hand rests, apply firm pressure down on the
cover and slide to the rear. Some mouse manufactures have used
this type of access to replace the batteries.
Hope this helps. Bud