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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Laser Mouse MX 1000 By logitech
The following is what I ended up doing
Pretty much I cannibalized a pack of battery charging adapter plates, soldered the three wires to them, trimmed & bent them a little.. and then epoxied them down to the battery hold-down in their appropriate places. A little trimming was done on the plastic so the contacts could reach in far enough without obstruction.
After having the mouse sit around useless without a working battery in it.. for months, which definitely irritated me... I looked up 3.7V li-ion batteries and came across the "klic-5001 battery" (google it) and ordered two. The first one I destroyed trying to solder the wires directly to the battery contacts.. which just ruined all the internal li-ion battery components(i.e. DO NOT TRY DOING THAT)... the second battery, which I never tampered with whatsoever, is connected to the mouse via the contacts I described above. The klic-5001 batteries by the way do fit very well in the hold-down meant for the original battery.
End result: one, exceptionally well working MX1000 mouse which I can replace the rechargeable battery inside anytime it begins to get to aged and not working so well... ^_^ It charges as normal and the battery monitoring works like nothing ever changed.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
SOURCE: Laser Mouse MX 1000 By logitech
For those with an MX1000---search on eBay for a Kodak FLIC-5001 battery. I paid $3.99 for mine. It is a 3.7V 1800mAH battery which is a bit more powerful than the stock battery that was supplied with the MX1000. This battery works very well but you would need to solder the three wires to it (from the old battery). This is not difficult for someone who owns a soldering iron. I have this Kodak battery installed in my MX1000 and it works perfectly.
Posted on May 19, 2008
SOURCE: Logitech s510 keyboard
I had this problem for a very long time as well. Turns out this is an encryption issue. It's off-balance. You need to reset the encryption, and here's how:
On the LEFT side of your wireless keyboard press and hold Ctrl+Alt, and press F12, then release all three buttons. Now push the Connect button on your Wireless Receiver, then the connect button on your wireless keyboard. Now press Esc. Try it. See if it works. It did for me.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
This is a difficult one to answer so lets go through it.
You have a M305 thatrefuses to work and your OS says is returning an error.
You've quite rightly checked the Logitech site and found out that it appears to be a common fault as many people are reporting the same issue.
Logitech have not resolved the issue.
All the above are valid reason for retun to the vendor for replacement/refund.
However you WANT to replace a M305 (a model with know issues) with ANOTHER M305 which will have the same issues as Logitech have not resolved the problem.
I will have to think long and hard before giving a definative reply.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
go to logitech site and download new divers for Windows7 hope it will work if not then there will hardware problem
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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