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Logitech Mouses

Posted on 2013-05-13
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i have maybe 6 Logitech receivers that are not in use and at least 4 Logitech mouses and keyboards that dont work.
i could have sworn one of these would fit with one of the receivers.
i was using the software to combine receivers but mixed up the receivers in the process of not using them.

is there a way to reprogram these receivers ?
or do they all have only one device to connect to its entire life.
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by:meiguoren
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none of my receivers connect with any of my peripherals
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That's strange.   Batteries?
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by:meiguoren
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the mouses that i have are extra mouses that i have lost the receivers for.....

im thinking ive done work on a computers and gave them back to the owner with the receiver stuck in the back of the machine.

the receivers i have are extra that i have lost the mouses.....
or possibly are the ones ive unified.

i suppose

im wondering if these mouses are done with or are they salvageable?
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by:tailoreddigital
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Do any of your receivers have the Unifying icon on them?

Unifying

If so you might be able to sync them.


"im thinking ive done work on a computers and gave them back to the owner with the receiver stuck in the back of the machine"

I've done that same thing.
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by:meiguoren
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i thought you needed to have the original receiver in order to unify them as pairs
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It will work with any unifying receiver as long as you pair it to that receiver using the Unifying Software
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by:meiguoren
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i thought the receivers were specically for the orginal mouse or peripheral they originally were shipped with.
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