Thursday, October 13, 2011

Pairing The Logitech m555b Bluetooth Mouse With Windows 7 x64

If you are unable to pair your bluetooth mouse (in my case the Logitech m555b) with Windows 7, try the following.  In my case, Windows could see the mouse but sat there spinning its wheels while trying to connect.  To get it to work, when it discovered the mouse and displayed it in the 'add device' dialog, i right-clicked the mouse, ticked 'Drivers for keyboard, mice, etc' which forced the HID drivers to be installed and the mouse started to work fine.  I then cancelled the 'add device' dialog as it continued to search for other devices. Let me know in the comments if it fixes your issue!  The below screenshot was taken from this thread.

4 comments:

Phil said...

Absolutely great advice.... I've been fighting the whole day to make it work...than I found your post and it just worked perfectly... Thanks

Phil said...

That is a super good advice. I've been fighting the whole day to fix this issue till I found your post. Thanks

Sebastian Sito said...

F**k yeah! Thanks Man

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