10-25-2010 11:01 AM
01-18-2011 11:48 AM
I've got the same problem with my M205 Logitech mouse in Windows 7: left click does not work properly, right click behaves like left click (somehow).
My solution is: Control panel ->... mouse properties -> Buttons Tab: check the "ClickLock" checkbox. Although this should enable some exotic "selection mode"... it doesn't! BUT my buttons work ok again!
I read in some other forum that a guy solved the same problem by playing with the "Double-click speed" slider and the sandbox sample on the right (first "fast", play, then "slow", play)...
01-20-2011 10:43 AM
Again for the "left click" mouse problem. I found the real problem: on my system there were two "HID compliant mouse drivers" installed. I don't know why nor how this happened. I deleted one and my mouse is functioning normally again, no more need for mouse parameter tweaking in the control panel.
Check it, good luck.
04-06-2013 09:51 PM
I have the MX 5500 and last night the same thing happened to me. After reading others reviews and replies and tryst I still was left without a left click. So what I did was turn my mouse off , sat it on the charger and then turned the computer off , pulled out the Bluetooth from back of PC and went to bed. After coming home from work I plugged everything back in turned the computer on, turned the mouse on and TaDa,,,,,,,, I am using my left click again. So I hope this can and will help you.
I'm not a computer geek and I couldn't afford to go out and buy another mouse ,,,,,, didn't want to. So I'm pretty excited that I fixed it myself.
I hopes this works for you.