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Hi three, uninstall the Logitech V220 Cordless optical mouse driver from the laptop and then restart the laptop again. Now install that Logitech V220 Cordless optical mouse driver again . I am sure its will start working. If not then make sure your batter Is properly fixed inside in the mouse & that's fully charged. After those thing if still not working then visit service center, because the mouse censer stop working and its damaged.
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It will work fine on your desktop.
It is only sold as a mouse for laptops as it is compact, but it is a standard wireless mouse with a USB RF Receiver. Plug it in and it should install and run fine.
If you have problems where it isn't 100% responsive try attaching the RF Receiver to a usb extension cable so you can place it next to your mouse pad. The closer it is the better the reception.
if it comes with a disk, insert the disk and follow the on screen instructions, if there is no disk then plug in the USB receiver and make sure the mouse has batteries and is powered on and the computer should detect it and install the drivers.
I left the computer powered off for about an hour and when I rebooted (which I had done in previous attempts to solve the problem) the problem seems to have corrected itself. I plugged the receiver back into the same USB port and it was immediately recognized. However, I remain skeptical that the problem is permanently solved based on the variety of issues listed with the V220 mouse and receiver.