If you want to try a software solution before breaking out the toolkit, try ClickFix . Silk Underwear Posts: 9840Location: USA Re: Back and forward mouse buttons stopped working :( « Reply #2 on: Sun, 22 June 2014, 07:28:34 » My MX Revo used to do that Yes it's true. My latest mouse clickers started to fail like 3 months after I bought it back in 2015! Check This Out
My g700 was doing bizarre things every time i either allowed windows to sleep, or unplugged/replugged (or just "jiggled" the plug enough to interrupt the connection) the cable... Took me 5 minutes and it was fixed.
Thanks fixed my mouse after about 20mins the clicking sounds gone but atleast it doesn't double click when i single again
Just updated my OS from Windows 7 to Windows 10. So its definitely something that happened within windows. Save a me a tiny sum to go get another mouse. They may work like a charm on your case.1.
I know this because I can still press them in the Logitech setup software to assign them to functions. The ... 6 Step 6: open the mechanism boxThe small rectangular box, contains the part we need access to in order to complete the repair. Now I've replaced it with Made in Japan Omron microswitches D2F-F-T, and its now on their 3rd year and still going strong! Mouse And Keyboard Not Working Windows 10 Thanks a lot.
Oh wow, thanks for the instructions.
I had to open the right click button also to have a reference of how it should look. Windows 10 Usb Mouse Not Working It helped me a lot. They are very similar to the ones all of you have shown. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1667483/left-button-mouse-click.html What I found was erratic resistance readings across the contacts.
May I know where you got the download from? Windows 10 Mouse Problems Or another PC to try this mouse on? Reply Pingback: Logitech Maus und der linke Mausbutton | Bohnis Blog kdf says: June 12, 2015 at 13:44 I had this problem with left click on two Logitech mouses B110 (model DON'T TRY
Saved a $5 mouse.
The mechanism cover, from steps 5 and 6, was placed on this board in such a way that only one side was available.
More than saving money it was a great experience, especially since I love DIY stuff with electronics. http://us.battle.net/forums/en/wow/topic/2046835780 Windows 7Pentium Inside and Pentium(R) Dual Core CPU processorModel is ONETWO M3700Installed Memory is 4GBThe System Type is 64-bit Operating SystemIt's also touch-screen so I can click on my computer screen Mouse Not Clicking Windows 10 To open the cover, use a small flat head screwdriver to ... 7 Step 7: locate, remove, and retension the springThis is the key to the repair. Logitech Mouse Not Working Windows 10 Checking your browser before accessing playshatteredskies.com.
Hope this provides an easier fix for people that don't take things apart to fix them. his comment is here That did it for me. and then one day i noticed it wasn't happening anymore (on sleep, haven't tried messing w/ the cord, since it's working how i expect now). If you want more in depth and nit-picking analysis, I'd recommend hackaday.
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I want to keep only one battery. Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... That's not going to happen if the hardware doesn't work. http://itenlightenment.com/windows-10/logitech-plug-and-play-mouse-not-working.html I was serious.
I have not yet seen 2-pin micro switches, so maybe the ones in your case are manually modified (with the third pin removed)? Logitech Wireless Mouse Not Working Windows 10 First reinstall the tiny white button into the mechanism cover (you did remember to find and set aside the ...Show All ItemsI have a Logitech wireless laser mouse and after a No idea why!Quote from: Bro Caps on Sun, 22 June 2014, 16:18:22...
No it's not my mouse being broken as I tested these buttons outside of WoW and they still work. Welcome, Guest. I'm not sure then. navigate here There are some very small parts involved, so you will want to make sure you ware working in a well lit, clean environment so that any parts that are dropped can
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Thanks for the diagram! After you have removed this part, make ... 8 Step 8: reinstall tension springThis is where the patience comes into play. it wasn't used as a changing switch) if I remember correctly.
I've made a few photos (a picture is worth a thousand words 😉 ) to help others during disassembly of the housing. I support your recommendation to at least check the solder joints, after this has also been a problem for me in other cases. I ended up pressing down on the whole thing with a finger, and pushing up on the spring to flatten it with the click still assembled. It's just that windows is refusing to recognize those commands now for some reason.It could still be logitech's software only working within itself, and it could be that windows is refusing
Then it just stopped. lol) « Last Edit: Sun, 22 June 2014, 17:05:28 by ferociousfingerings » Logged Logitech G710+ Bro Caps Next Level Maker Thread Starter Posts: 5455 9001 Re: Back and forward mouse buttons If it works, it might have been just a random gremlin. This actually seemed to fix the problem, although if the underlying defect was a failing solder connection then the physical movements may have just temporarily jarred the faulty connection together.
An excellent opportunity to feel like a clumsy gorilla and testing your motoric skills. I don't have any micro-switches and honestly the lack of drag-drop + constant double clicking is getting rather annoying and quickly. Man double clicks can really destroy your sanity...
Took me 3 hours on step 8, finally bent the tension spring in tension and threw the mouse away...
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No idea why!Quote from: Bro Caps on Sun, 22 June 2014, 16:18:22... I will cover this in another post. To come to the point: after replacing the microswitch, the mouse works again as usual. So its definitely something that happened within windows.