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want to make logitech mouse work with microsoft reciever

I have cool logitech mouse but the broke off in my computer. I would like to use my microsoft receiver. Is that possible?

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What broke off in the computer? the USB ?

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I would like to help but I need some information first. Do you have a model number for the mouse? What's a Microsoft receiver? What kind of computer are you trying to access? Just what broke off?

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Many Logitech wireless products use encrypted data transfer. However have you tried to see if Logitech sells a spare receiver? If not ask their tech-support. The receiver on my Logitech laptop mouse broke, it was 2-years old. I e-mailed their tech support and they shipped me a new one.

Or you could learn to solder and try to fix the USB connector that broke on your existing receiver, all it should involve is cutting a USB cable in two, and soldering four wires.

You can get a pinout of the USB cable and connector here:

http://pinouts.ru/Slots/USB_pinout.shtml

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Too many variables involved here to answer you - what form wireless mice are they? are they bluetooth? IR? Odds are really good that no, you won't be able to make one work with the other.

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just buy a logitech unifying reciever for 9 bucks. then use the logitech unifying app to configure keyboards, mouse, etc.

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unifying sofware

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_...

http://support.logitech.com/n_us/softwar...

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