Finally got exasperated, closed the notebook lid and took the family out to dinner. I’ve deleted and added multiple times, it appears in the Devices list but shows as Offline and will not go online it does appear as online momentarily when I re-add it, however it has never actually functioned since the first time it stopped I have also tried connecting a Logitech M mouse with no luck either. Mouse still not working. Mouse would not work the next day. Let’s see what it does tomorrow morning. TA Replied on February 11, So not working seems to be intermittent issue.
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It still shows the mouse in the Devices list, but as ‘offline’. Well, as a ps, my mouse continues to give trouble.
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Or maybe it is the Surface, hard to tell. When I first connected the mouse it worked perfectly for several hours, then all of a sudden it stopped working. So, overall it works, but stops working form time to time and is frustrating to get working again.
Given that it worked at first for a couple of weeks, this is very annoying.
I have downloaded Logitech 6. Uwkuxfl5N-4 Service name and driver name may vary Thank you for your help again.
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I have the same question That is what the support guy told me. TA Replied on February 11, My Logitech V wireless mouse stopped working after I switched to Windows 8. Let’s see what it does tomorrow morning.
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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Jon Gallant found a solution that worked for me by configuring the bt-service to start automatically and the bt-driver not to turn off the device to save power:. Today, what I had to do was to add the mouse again as if it were a new device.
I went to the Logitech driver site and downloaded the latest setpoint version, but no luck. What if a device isn’t installed properly? HalideBekaroglu Created on November 2, But much better than nothing. In reply to Nithyananda J’s post on November 3, Mouse has been working again. Sorry this didn’t help.
Yea, well I removed and added the V times and couldn’t get it to work HalideBekaroglu Replied on November 3, Thank you for your reply. Jon Gallant found a solution that worked for me by configuring the bt-service to start automatically and the bt-driver not to turn off the device to mousse power: How satisfied are you with this response? One user has voted “No” on compatibility.
So this proves the mouse is ok and that it is Surface that is not recognizing the mouse. My Logitech v Bluetooth mouse works.
Mouse still not working.