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1. Change batteries 2. Go to control panel 3. Click Bluetooth Icon 4. Delete the Bluetooth Mouse 5. Click on Add new wireless device 6. Press the pairing device on the keyboard 7. Bluetooth Mouse will be detected 8. Follow the onscreen instructions
Hope this helps, Tried it several times and it works perfectly
Hello my friend,to customize your mouse settings,click Start, and then click Control Panel,click Printers and Other Hardware and then click Mouse.After that in the Mouse Properties dialog box, click the Wheel tab, increase the number to make your scroll wheel move faster, or decrease the number to make it move slower,then click Apply,click OK and your done.
Because you don't list what model Logitech cordless mouse you have, look in this list to see if yours is on it. If it is, click on the link and download and install the driver. This
download has the latest drivers and SetPoint software for Logitech
cordless, wireless and Bluetooth pointing devices (mouse). http://www.softwarepatch.com/utilities/logisetpoint-dl.html Specifically
the mouse driver is for the following models:
Anywhere Mouse MX
Cordless Mini Optical Mouse
Cordless Optical Mouse
Cordless Optical TrackMan
Cordless TrackMan Optical
Cordless TrackMan Wheel
G1 Optical Mouse
G3 Laser Mouse
G5 Laser Mouse
G500 Gaming Mouse
G7 Laser Cordless Mouse
G9 Laser Mouse
G9x Laser Mouse
LX3 Plus Laser
MX 610 Left-Hand
Performance Mouse MX
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mate i think u have a overlaoded processor issue or a small hardware problem
since its a logitech mouse if one warranty call customer or
open the mouse using a screwdriver and use a delicate brush on the ada tower it might have been lowered too much
You can try to:
Right click on "My Computer", click on Properties, click on the Hardware tab, click on the Device Manager Button, expand your Mice and other pointing devices. verify that you 2 entries. One is the Sony builtin (Alps in my Vaio) and a HID-compliant mouse. The latter is your external optical wheel mouse. Make sure it does not have any red or yellow mark. Double click on the HID and verify that the next window says "This device is working properly." If not follow on screen instructions to enable or activate.
Hope this be of some help. Good luck and pls post again how things turn up or if you need further information.