Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
Push the black button on the usb transever (part that plugs into the computer) .
Green light on transever will flash repeatedly.
Push and hold the button on the bottom of mouse (light gray, oval button on bottom of mouse) for five seconds, let go.
Light on the transceiver will flash a few times and then go out.
Win7 will notify (or not) that it is ready to use.
Use mouse norma-ly.
Note: Make sure gray slider switch is moved to the right and that you see a red light coming from the bottom of the mouse. If no red light replace batteries. Best not to use rechargeable batteries but if you do us the best Ni-Me (high ma 1000 or better).
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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