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I just bought this Logitech LX5Cordless Optical mouse. Plugged it in to the usb hub and the cursor does nothing. HELP!

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Conect direct to the computer usb. some time hub does not have suficient power

Posted on Dec 14, 2009

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2009

    conect direct to the computer usb. some time hub does not have suficient power

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