Question about Logitech MX500 Optical Wheel Mouse USB PS/2
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Laser mice don't need cleaning.
Try un-installing the driver.
Go to your "Device Manager" (Right click on ‘My Computer', select 'Properties', click the 'Hardware' tab, click the 'Device Manager' button. Click the "Human Interface devices" (If you have one). If there is some kind of a "Warning" icon superimposed on the 'mouse' icon there is your problem!
If NOT go ahead and Uninstall the drivers anyhow, It CAN"T hurt!
Uninstall the DRIVERS for THAT DEVICE only.
Click on the faulty device and hit the remove button, follow the instructions given by the program.
Do the same with the "Mice and other pointing devices"
Shutdown, restart, the device will automatically reinstall by the "Found New Hardware" program.
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
Your best course of action would be to use System Restore, based on your response above. Go back to the point where everything worked for you and don't attempt to update your driver again. If it works, don't fix it.
After that if there was something you wanted to accomplish, let us know and we can help you.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
SOURCE: Logitech G7 Mouse problems
This is a well documented problem with the G7. Which sucks b/c this is the best mouse I've ever used. Thankfully though the problem appears to be the battery contacts on the inside of the mouse just get pushed back with changing the batteries. Solutions I've read about is putting a few layers of tape on the back of the battery to push the battery further forward agaisnt the rear stop. A drop of solder on each of the battery contacts would also do the trick, but getting the solder to stick is a trick. (If you try this, it is very bad to heat up a battery with a soldering iron, so be extremely careful). A better solution is to take the mouse apart, a brief overview of disembly can be found here,
Although since I didn't have teflon tape laying around...if you have used the mouse enough or just push a bit on the pads, you can see the outline of the screw holes, and just cut through the pad w/ an exacto knife. The one under the label already had scored lines which made that one easy. Once the cover is off I just used the tip of the exacto knife to pry the contacts out a bit more (remove the battery before disembling), cleaned the scroll wheel off, and put the mouse back together. Works like new so far, which is good b/c from what I've heard Logitech isn't very good about replacing the mice w/o a recipt (which I think I lost after a week, nevermind 3 years).
Hope that helps, this really is the best mouse.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
In my case, the Windows Installer was not launched.
So, I change it can launch automatically by the following step.
And then, start up of the windows Installer makes on.
This is the way I solve the problem.
I hope you can install the Setpoint.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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