My LogiTech mouse stopped working. I cleaned the laser and everything. I have a USB plug and I blew into it to clean it but it still won't work. I don't know much about this but I need help.
Hi, I had a similar problem with a microsoft usb (wired) optical mouse. I shut down my computer and pulled out the usb cord. Mine has four thin rubber pads on the bottom. I removed the two farthest from the usb cord, and underneath each were two screws. I removed those, and then was able to carefully open up the mouse. Inside I found a small chunk of black plastic, that possibly broke off of something. I dumped that out. The usb cord plugs into the circuit board inside through a connector. I partially pulled the connector out of the board, then re-seated it. I also blew puffs of air into the optic (probably an LED). I cleaned the scroll wheel with a Q-tip dipped in alcohol, and cleaned anything else that needed it with a Q-tip and alchol as well. I reassembled it with the screws, stuck the pads back on (still sticky), plugged it back in and booted up my PC again. Now it is working very well if I use it on a black 3-ring binder (not a floppy one, a hard one). I don't know which thing I did was the trick, but it might help you or others. It still doesn't work well on white (paper for example). The connector may have gotten loose, or the plastic chunk may have been blocking the optics.
Aug 31, 2013 |
Logitech Internet 350 USB Keyboard