Question about Logitech 9311570403 Mouse
-dirty optics, clean red light area with canned air.
-polished or shiny desk surface. optical mice dont like shinny surfaces. try a piece of paper under the mouse to see you need a mouse pad.
- batteries low. even though they have some charge, low batteries can cause erratic behavior. as the mouse and base connect then fail, then connect, then fail. ect. often people dont realize how fast optical mice eat up batteries.
check the wire to the base, sometimes these get caught in sliding keyboard drawers and get damaged. hard to see untill you inspect the whole wire( to the base anyway). Animals sometimes chew em up too. :)
if any of the above help you. please provide some thumbs up.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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