Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
Try first blowing into the hole at the base of the mouse, that is where the sensor gets light,dirt in there can commonly cause the problem.
If that does not work, try restarting the computer (ensure you tirn it off, standby is not enough).
If still no luck, then there is a good chance that the problem is software related.
Go to control panel>installed application and uninstall the mouse software, then find the software disk that came with the mouse and reinstall software. If you have misplaced the disk, then the software can be downloaded from Logitech: Downloads - Logitech.
Reinstalling software usually solves the problem, if it does not , then the mouse is probably defective. In that case contact Logitech at the number that you find on manual and on Logitech website.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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