Question about Logitech V450 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try going into control panel, mouse, and set a longer delay for the double click.
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Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Acting on advice from another FixYa string, we blew out the mouse and dock several times with canned air. It performed slightly better, but then as we continued to use the mouse it suddenly cleared and is working almost 100% now.
From reading earlier strings, I'm wondering why Logitech (in its product material received on purchase) doesn't recommend this as periodic maintenance for the mouse?
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Scroll down this page to get the user manual, then right click on it and save as.
if you can't open the user manual follow instructions on the page to install adobe reader.
The user manual has pictuers on how to replace the batteries.
Let me know if you need anything else.
Thanks and good luck.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
The problem is likely in the software (drivers), assuming that you are using quality batteries (those manufacturer's specs are based on top-shelf, fresh-off-the-truck alkaline batteries).
When you replaced the first set of batteries, the absence of a mouse caused the receiver to search, and having found none, it's common for the driver to reset to default settings.
The Logitech driver is the first suspect; go to Control Panel, Logitech Mouse...Driver Properties... Look for the "Auto-off" setting, and change it to 10-30 mins (or the lowest setting you can live with)...What you're looking for is the driver that has reverted to "never" in the auto-off setting...and if that isn't changed here, then it was Windows.
You'll have to tunnel a bit to get to this one, but it's not as hard as it looks.
The second suspect is the Windows driver; For Win XP, from the Control Panel, go to "Mouse"...or for Win-7 go to Control Panel- Devices and Printers, Hardware- and choose "Mouse" from the text links.
From the new menu, choose the "hardware" tab, and the "Properties" button near the bottom.
The new menu page has a text area that states "This device is working properly", and under that is a button labeled "Change Settings"...Click it.
Click the radio button labeled "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power"...and you're done.
Click the "OK" buttons to close the menu sets.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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