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I have a logitech wireless mouse, i don't have the manuel or anything that came with it and i'm trying to connect it to my home desktop computer.. the piece that connects to the computer works the lights blink when i press the CONNECT button but nothing happens to the mouse.. i also tried the CONNECT button on the mouse but nothing happens.

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  • cmorales111 Jul 26, 2008

    thanks alot, i got it to work that was very helpful..

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Click on the connect button on the remote (part connected to the PC) and click on the connect button on the mouse. Move the mouse around after you press that button. It should connect.

Also make sure your batteries are fresh.

Once working, I've found that Microsoft's Intelli mouse driver does a better job then Logitech drivers.

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