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I have a logitech laptop mouse, i have it plugged in to the laptop USB port (wireless) with a new battery in the mouse and its not working. it was working a few days ago, but then it just stopped. do i need a new mouse?

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Do you have the software to go with the mouse or was there one at all?.............you may need to reinstall this software. Otherwise if you did install it and for some reason it cease to go you may need to restore your machine from safe mode to a day when it did go..................regards Peter

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