Installing a Logitech wireless mouse is simple with today's Plug-and-Play technology, but not all systems will recognize your Logitech wireless mouse instantly. In this case, you will need to download and install the drivers from Logitech's website. Learn how to get your Logitech mouse up and running.
Visit Logitech's website (see link in Resources).
Click "Support." From the drop-down menus, choose "Mice" as your product type and choose your mouse model from the Product Name menu. Click the blue arrow to search.
Click "Downloads." From the next drop-down menu, select your operating system. Select your language from the next menu.
Follow the on-screen instructions. Depending on your device's version and model, the set-up instructions will vary. As long as you have entered the correct information, the instructions displayed will be pertinent to your system and device.
Things You'll Need
Logitech Wireless Mouse
Most devices come with a CD with the required drivers. You can also insert this CD to install the needed software.
Cordless mice require batteries. Your device will not function properly unless it has properly installed batteries.