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W7 using dongle ps2 to usb

Cant get it to work drivers?set point dont show mouse tab can you help me

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If you are trying to convert your Logitech Trackman Marble FX from PS2 to USB so it will work with Windows 7, you can't just convert the port type - you have to get an "adapter" that converts the PS2 signal to a USB signal. See for ATen - UC 100KMA. WEB SIte:
http://www.aten.com/products/KVM/KVM-Modules-&-Accessories/PS2-to-USB-Adapter~UC100KMA.html#.U5sYrCi4NAE.

It allows you to convert a PS2 keyboard and PS2 mouse/trackball with the one device. It's what I use and it works just fine. The regular $2.00 port adapter was useless.

They are on EBAY sometimes for $20 or so. GOOD LUCK. :)

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SOURCE: LX7 cordless optical mouse with dongle

Hello,

Had the same problem. But before filling the logitech RMA from to get a replacement, I put new batteries into the mouse and the mouse worked again.
I am using rechargeable batteries, and I seems to me even if the green light on the bottom of the mouse is on, the driver warning for low battery does not come on. May be the volage drops to fast with a older set of batteries.

Try out new batteries. Hope this helps.
I am using the LX7 mouse for more than 2 years with lost of abuse (>10x drops from shoulder hight to hard office floor, sitting dongle in my pocket and dropping my backpack onto the floor with the dongle on the botton in the backpack).

Regards.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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Sounds like the driver has become corrupted. You will have to uninstall then reinstall the drivers. Lets start with that, let me know how it goes and we can take it further.

Please remember to rate me.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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hey poeple.
now you can ask logitech for the replacment part also chek it on  any best buy store.

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Same problem...

get a new keyboard at walmart they are only about 12 dollars

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SOURCE: my HID usb mouse is not working

This a problem with windows. An error in the registry isresponsible however your standard scanners dont help much. Check the mouse on another pc if it worksyou have several choices. 1. Reinstall/Repair windows on the machine the error has occured on. 2. Attempt to locate what hasgone wrong in the registry many advise t delete the mouse info from the registry and reinstall the generic drivers. I saw this problem CAUSED by a windows update just after SP3. please guys dont tell people there hardware needs replacing without troubleshooting. The site is called fixya.

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