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I have a Logitek MK300. From time to time, if I
It's not the mouse , it's the keyboard.;
Go to the control panel , select region and language \ Keyboards and languages and configure your keyboard to your language .
Best regards .
2/10/2011 4:52:48 PM •
on Feb 10, 2011
I have no power to my mouse. I can use the
You will have to insert the batteries in the mouse!
As the mouse is cordless so it will need some power to work and that power you can get by cells.
So locate any area where you will find the insert cell area.And then get batteries according to the mouse size!
Hope fully your problem will be solved!
6/17/2010 7:54:18 PM •
on Jun 17, 2010
Computer won't recognize mouse now......
I'm going to assume that your mouse has a USB connection, it may have a stuck flag in the registry. Each time you shut down your computer, the flags should close, when you restart, each device is reinstalled. If you have a stuck flag Windows will think the device is already installed.
If that is the case, shut down and remove the USB mouse. Hook up a PS2 mouse, restart, go into the regestry and remove all the USB mice listed under USB mouse. Save the changes, restart, then remove the PS2 mouse and plug your USB mouse in. Windows should detect new hardware and reinstall it.
1/5/2010 3:48:45 PM •
on Jan 05, 2010
My VX revolution is missing too much left clicks.
Seems that the left mouse button needs to be replaced. If you have an old mouse, you can use it as a source of a spare mouse button, & replace the defective button on your VX Revolution.
However, you need to make sure that:
1. The replacement button is identical to the defective one.
2. You have enough skills to solder/desolder electronic components.
10/25/2009 10:30:11 AM •
on Oct 25, 2009
V220 cordless optical mouse
- right click on my computer
- click on properties
- click on hardware
- click on device manager
- click on mic & other pointing device
- click on(+)
- then right click mouse
- click on update driver
- select second option in window(advanced)
- then click on( search removable.......)
- then insert driver cd in cd rom
- And click on Next option
If you have done this than do this
- select third option(Don't search.I will...............)
- And click Next option
- click Next option in next window.Thats it
Hope this solution works
3/3/2009 2:19:05 AM •
on Mar 03, 2009
Changing batteries on a logitech lx5 mouse
turn off the mouse using the switch on the bottom.
press the battery door release button on the underside of the mouse, towards the back.
that should release the battery door, which is the top part of the mouse, where your palm would rest.
the mouse takes 2 AAA batteries.
2/4/2009 4:32:26 AM •
on Feb 04, 2009
Cordless mouse not working
please see at the bottom for a connect button. This button will be available only if you see a connect button on the usb wireless mouse/keyboard input reciever.
let us know the results;
1/20/2009 5:52:35 PM •
on Jan 20, 2009
New mouse not working
Check on the bottom of the mouse to see if it has a reset button. If so press so it can reset and connect. If that doesn't work, press the button on the receiver and then the button on the bottom of the mouse. Hope this is of help to you. Bud
1/10/2009 12:26:55 AM •
on Jan 10, 2009
Logiteck cordless click mouse not working
You need a starting point. Need to find out if it is the mouse or the usb port. You stated you already checked the batteries and switch under the mouse and tried different USB ports. There are no other things to try. So I would guess the mouse is defective and bring it back. The only way to find that if it is the mouse or the usb port is to try a mouse that you know works. If it works then we know it is the mouse and you can return it, if it does not work then you know its the usb port.
1/4/2009 7:37:13 PM •
on Jan 04, 2009
Wireless mouse not working
Check the easy stuff first. Are there batteries in the mouse and turn it over and make sure it is on the "on" button...if that's ok let me know we'll try some other troubleshooting techniques...
1/4/2009 7:30:24 PM •
on Jan 04, 2009
If you have the drivers for your mouse- in safe mode, delete the mouse in device manager. You can also download the current drivers for your mouse from the manufacturer's website before you uninstall it. After you have uninstalled it, reboot your computer. If the mouse isn't found, reinstall the drivers for it, reboot and it should show up.
11/25/2008 8:19:17 AM •
on Nov 25, 2008
This is directly from Logitech:http://logitech-en-emea.custhelp.com/
"Logitech MouseWare Software:
1. Right click on the Logitech white mouse icon in the System Tray and select "Mouse Properties".
2. Click on the "Buttons" tab and your pointing device should be shown. If you have more that one mouse connected, select the mouse you wish to program by clicking on the "Devices" tab, and select the mouse you wish to program from the drop down menu, then go back to the "Buttons" tab.
3. Scroll down the list of buttons and select the button you wish to program, and click on the function to highlight it.
4. Now click on the "Modify" button. A "Modify Button Function" box will appear with a drop down menu. Select the button assignment you wish to use and click the "OK" button. Now click the "Apply" button to save your changes.
Using the "Keystroke" button assignment.
If the button assignment or keyboard command you want is not listed under the button assignments, you may want to use the "Keystroke" button assignment. Using the MouseWare steps above select Keystroke under Step 3. The "Keystroke Assignment" box appears. Click your mouse cursor into the box that states "Unassigned". Now press the key or combination of keys you wish to use and click the "OK" button. The function should now be displayed in the current list of button assignments. Click the "Apply" button then the "OK" button."
Hopefully this will help. Please let me know if it doesn't.
11/25/2008 8:17:19 AM •
on Nov 25, 2008
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