It might just be batteries but I have new batteries in the mouse and I am recharging others. When I put the usb connection to an ION cheap digital camera that my neice gave me into the computer the mouse stopped working. Even after removing the camera and restarting the computer.
Do you think it is batteries or has the digital camera erased something? I no longer have the logitech manual...that I know of but maybe it is a simple solution without searching for the manual? Any thoughts experts?
p.s. I have real difficulty with the keyboard pad
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Re: logitech wireless mouse
First I'd reinstall the CD software that came with the Keyboard and mouse. Then I'd try the following.
Press the Receiver button (and the lights will start
Then if the Keyboard isn't working, press the small RESET/CONNECT
button on the back of the board to connect the keyboard to the
If the MOUSE isn’t working, push the small RESET/CONNECT button
on the back of the mouse to connect to the receiver. Then they
should work okay.
Also check to see if you have enough memory to run all these functions.
Hope this helps. Bud
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1 Use the mouse on the same side of the computer where the Logitech USB transmitter is attached so there is a clear signal between the transmitter and the mouse.
2 Check the USB transmitter that comes with the Logitech mouse to be sure it is correctly plugged into the computer. The red LED should be illuminated on the transmitter if it is connected properly. If not, the signal cannot reach the wireless mouse.
3 Turn the mouse upside down to check the on/off switch. Be sure it is switched on.
4 Check the battery compartment by sliding the top housing off the mouse to confirm the rechargeable batteries are installed correctly.
5 Charge the batteries if the mouse LED does not illuminate. The charger cord plugs into the front end of the mouse and the other end connects to a free USB port on the computer.
6 Clean the desk surface or other flat area if the mouse is not tracking. The problem could be dirt or grease interfering with the tracking ability of the device.
7 Open the Logitech software called SetPoint, which manages the mouse, to troubleshoot button functions. Open the program by double-clicking SetPoint from the list of software on the computer, then click "Mouse Settings." Click the "My Mouse" tab and check (or uncheck) all the task boxes that are desired for operating different mouse functions, then click "Apply" and "OK."
1. Try putting in new batteries to the mouse. 2. Connect the mouse to the computer by pressing the button on the bottom of the mouse AND the mouse USB connector at the same time. 3. Try another mouse to see if the logitech mouse is the issue. 3a. If the other mouse works, then the logitech mouse is dead. You can usually send eWaste to a nearby computer store or general recycling center.
Check to ensure that the wireless receiver is plugged into your computer. Press the "Connect" button on the bottom of the receiver to attempt reconnecting your mouse and keyboard to the computer. If your mouse and keyboard use Bluetooth, ensure that your computer's Bluetooth is active and detects the mouse and keyboard.
Check to see if the keyboard and mouse are turned on. If the power indicator lights on the keyboard and mouse are not green, press the "Power" button to turn the keyboard and mouse on.
Check the batteries of the mouse and keyboard. If the batteries are dead, replace them with fresh batteries and reconnect the mouse and keyboard to the computer by pressing the "Connect" button on the bottom of the wireless receiver attached to the computer. If your mouse and keyboard use rechargeable batteries, let the batteries recharge before using the device again.
Uninstall and reinstall your wireless keyboard and mouse drivers. Sometimes, the Logitech drivers are at fault for a bad connection. Use the Control Panel to uninstall the old drivers, then visit the Logitech website and install the latest drivers for your keyboard and mouse.
Search the Logitech Support Database. If your keyboard and mouse are still failing to function properly, visit the Logitech Support website and browse the support page for your product for specific solutions.
Gina, I've had my Logitech ce 0682 for years and have had some similar problems. The mouse is supposed to rest in the cradle and recharge the batteries, but I've noticed that it rarely works for me. The connectors on the mouse seem to scuff and corrode easily and I'm sure that degrades its ability to charge batteries. So my solution was to buy a 4 pack of rayovac rechargable batteries(AA) and a usb battery charger. I never put my mouse in the cradle now and keep 2 batteries recharging at all times so I always have fresh batteries when that pesky red light comes up telling me the batteries are dying. As far as your highlighting text problem. Sorry don't have a solution on that one.
If the mouse is freezing up though the batteries are fully charged, here's what you need to do:
1. Try to use different batteries just to make sure that it's not a power issue. 2. Connect the wireless USB dongle into different USB ports of the computer. 3. Try to connect the USB dongle in different computer and try to use the mouse (to make sure that it's not a computer issue). 4. Make sure that there's no cordless phone, cell phone and other wireless devices that might interfere the wireless signal.
The Logitech wireless mouse is running on 2.4MHz frequency, same frequency as the other wireless devices. Any wireless device might cause the mouse to freeze.
If same problem occur, then it's a hardware problem. Contact Logitech and RMA the mouse.
what happens if you put the mouse on the charger and leave it there for 2-4 hours?
Does it recharge?
I supose you could replace the recharable battery yourself by opening the mouse and so on, but finding the right type of a battery for it might not be as easy as that. Id recommend takeing it to warranty repairs if it still has such.