02-13-2010 11:31 AM
Hi all, I just installed LCC 3.2 in hopes of utilizing the media buttons on my Media Play Mouse. However, once I installed it and restarted I got the "No Logitech Device Found" message, and thinking the mouse needed a kick start, I hit the refresh button under the mouse. Now the mouse is not working AT ALL no cursor movement of any kind. Its as if the batteries are dead (which they are not) I have since un-installed LCC but the mouse remains dead and unresponsive. I have restarted the computer more then once and still nothing. The mouse has worked on my mac for years now and was listed as a supported mouse for LCC so why oh why is it now a paper weight? As this point I just want my mouse to work again.
Please Logitech, support your customers and your software and get back to me with a reply. thank you.
MacBook Pro Intel 64bit.
MediaPlay Cordless Mouse FCC ID: DZL201843
02-14-2010 10:02 PM - edited 02-14-2010 10:16 PM
I have a problem with 3.2 also. I have a Performance MX. I installed 3.2 and found that the left mouse button will intermittently fire with out pressing the button. Reinstalled 3.1 and the problem went away. Guess I'll wait for 3.2.1
02-16-2010 09:39 AM - edited 03-08-2010 07:57 AM
UPDATE: I uninstalled 3.1 and reinstalled 3.2 and everything seem to be OK now.
UPDATE #2 Well after 48 hours the problem is back, I'm using 3.1 AGAIN !!
02-16-2010 02:17 PM
The Media Play Mouse is not supported by LCC. It is for windows system only, see download site here.
I am not sure what the problem is, generally speaking, USB mouse is compatible with Mac and Windows at basic level.
I will suggest contact our support and see if there are options or things to try.
02-18-2010 05:13 PM
I dont understand how hard is make a good SW with a good HW. This version also shows "no logitech device found", I use MX1100 and Snow Leopard. I'm back on 2.6 version because its the only one that works fine. Maybe you should check what you changed. Sad