06-01-2012 10:00 PM
I have a late 2008 MacBook Pro that I upgraded from Mac OS X 10.6.8 to Mac OS X 10.7.4. I have a Logitech V470 cordless Bluetooth mouse I have been using ever since I got the system.
After upgrading to Mac OS X 10.7, I started having a problem when the system would lock up and a transparent message would appear over the screen saying I needed to restart the system. I also recently started having problems were the system would loose connectivity to the mouse. Nothing else had changed about the computer or its environment except the operating system upgrade.
A few days ago, I suffer another one of the system lock ups mentioned above, and it seem to happen when the mouse had lost connectivity. Since then i have not been able to use the mouse. The Logitech Control Center refuses to detect the mouse and the Bluetooth system perference lists the mouse as paired and not connected.
I uninstalled Logitech Control Center and reinstalled to version 3.6.0. This has not helped.
What can be done to get my mouse working again on my laptop?
06-02-2012 12:33 AM
Good luck with the bluetooth mouse. I'm a windows user and after going through bluetooth hell I finaly gave up on the mice and headsets working with my PCs. I'd love to make the move back but fear that it will not be any better today than when I last tried. Personally I don't think there is a lot of development in this area, e.g. bluetooth and PC/Mac. I now use USB wireless mice and headsets.
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