In reply to Nithyananda J’s post on November 3, Thank you for your reply. So not working seems to be intermittent issue. I went to the Logitech driver site and downloaded the latest setpoint version, but no luck. I’ve deleted and added multiple times, it appears in the Devices list but shows as Offline and will not go online it does appear as online momentarily when I re-add it, however it has never actually functioned since the first time it stopped I have also tried connecting a Logitech M mouse with no luck either.
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In reply to HalideBekaroglu’s post on November 3, I’m having the exact same issue with 2 different Logitech Bluetooth mice connecting to my Latitude u running Windows 8. Mouse has been working again. When I first connected the mouse it worked perfectly for several hours, then all of a sudden it stopped working. Yea, well I removed and added the V times and couldn’t get it to work So color me Blue This site in other languages x.
Nothing I’ve tried so far has helped. I have the same question In reply to scjones’s post on December 26, I will be glad to provide you with additional options available that you can utilize to get this resolved. Let’s see what it does tomorrow morning.
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I realized that I had not properly “added the device” to my Bluetooth devices. So not working seems to be intermittent issue.
Mouse would not work the next day. Thank llaser for your help again. Getting tired of this You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. My Logitech v Bluetooth mouse works. Reconnected it Monday with help from Surface Support, after not working for about three weeks.
Logitech V for Bluetooth – mouse – Bluetooth – white Overview – CNET
One user has voted “No” on compatibility. Make sure you are punching the little button on the bottom of the mouse that asks the PC for recognition, as you are asking Surface to add the device. The mouse is okay now.
Sorry this didn’t help. My Logitech V wireless mouse stopped working after I switched to Windows 8.
Bluetooth mouse does not work
So this proves the mouse is ok and that it is Surface that is not recognizing the mouse. It still shows the mouse in the Devices list, but as ‘offline’.
I went to the Logitech driver site and downloaded the latest setpoint version, but no luck. Did this solve your problem? Given that it worked at first for a couple of weeks, this is very annoying.
Bluetooth mouse does not work – Microsoft Community
HalideBekaroglu Created on November 2, HalideBekaroglu Replied on November 3, Or maybe it is the Surface, hard to tell. How satisfied are you with this response? Nithyananda J Replied on November 3,