My G7 cordless worked just fine until today. I switched the battery cartridge and then the mouse would not move, though it detected full power. I restarted the computer but now it would get stuck once every 20~30 seconds, next I disconnected and cleaned the usb insert points and everything. Still the problem persisited and furthermore I also tried the method of holding the left click and switching on the mouse and right clicking five times, but no use. Now the mouse started to behave strangely, its dpi lights all flashed in a sequential manner [flashed red not green and the lights were scrolling up first all 3 red then upper 2 red then topmost red then repeat.] I have Bit defender Antivirus, running Windows XP SP2, I tried changing USB port , that worked fine for a few moments, then all was same. Please help.
Take a eraser and use it to rub the contact points on your batteries clean. This seems to be the issue where your sensiativity will change by it self the the mouse has a 20 - 30 pause to reset it's self as if you just stuck a different battery in it.
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You need to 'reconnect' it. You didn't specify the exact model of your wireless mouse, but most types have a special 'connect' button on the receiver-box of the wireless mouse or on the bottom-side of the mouse itself. Just press this 'connect' button and you should be fine ...
Hi there. Some wireless mice seem to go into some kind of sleep mode, in other words if you leave them for an amount of time they disconnect, the way to reconnect is to right click while moving the mouse. Also check to make sure that the batteries in the mouse are seated properly.
Turn the mouse over and find the small rest/connect button
on the bottom of the mouse and press it. This should connect the mouse to
the receiver and work properly. If not, try pressing the receiver button
and then press the button on the mouse. This should be done whenever you
change batteries or glitch. Hope this helps you. Bud
Acting on advice from another FixYa string, we blew out the mouse and dock several times with canned air. It performed slightly better, but then as we continued to use the mouse it suddenly cleared and is working almost 100% now.
From reading earlier strings, I'm wondering why Logitech (in its product material received on purchase) doesn't recommend this as periodic maintenance for the mouse?
Same Problem, use canned air to clean it. bash the button a few times. seems to help for a while. Dont bash it to hard or you'll break it. love the mouse but this is a crappy issue within 3 months of use. in a clean environment.