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I have an IMAC computer which is about 5 years old. I have a Logitech mouse similar to your MX1000. It is battery operated but it has connections to ports behind the monitor. It has stopped functioning even after putting in fresh batteries. The MAC store tells me they have nothing to replace my Logitech. Can you give me some guidance. Thank you

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U HAVE TO BUY ANOTHER MOUSE BASICALLY ITS OUTDATED

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