Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
Posted by Anonymous on
This could caused by batteries, a dirty detecting mechanism, or a bad signal. If the mouse has replaceable batteries, put some new ones in. Now turn the mouse over, If it's an optical mouse there'll be a little lens. Put a little glass cleaner on the tip of a cotton swab, and thoroughly clean the lens. Use the dry end of the swab to buff it. If there's a ball, take it out and clean the rollers. There may be dust wound so tightly around the rollers that it seems like they were made that way. Finally, make sure the mouse is close enough to the receiver, and that the receiver isn't blocked. You may try plugging the receiver into a different usb port. Cleaning the mechanism is probably the most likely thing that you should try first.
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