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I got an open box logitech VX revolution mouse today, and I can't get it to work. Does anyone else have one of these, or tried to get one to work? The power comes up, but I just couldn't get it to work. I'm thinking the one I got is just bad.
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It's possible someone returned it because it didn't work and they just reshelved it. Do you have the correct drivers for it, if needed?
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I'm using the MX Revolution with a Mac Mini; working just fine. I used the CD that came with the mouse to install the drivers, then ran updates. Surprisingly, it's not even complaining about running through a KVM switch (I have the little cordless connector plugged right into the USB mouse port on the switch, which in turn connects to my Mini and a Dell GX260 running XP).

Are you using your VX with a laptop? Logitech's website lists it specifically as a "notebook mouse", but I wouldn't think it would make any difference if you try it with a desktop.

Sounds like a return may have indeed just been reshelved.

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