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My Logitech wireless mouse stopped working. It sayes its not connected. How do I reconnect it?

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It must have come with software to install with... remove the mouse and uninstall the software if you have, and install the software and reconnect the mouse... if none of that work try removing the mouse switching off your PC then switch it on while your mouse is connected, if that also doesn't work there IS something wrong with your mouse. request a replacement/refund from the shop or buy a different mouse.

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