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Shurgal
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Reciver for mouse was stolen with notebook

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Notebook was stolen with reciver for mouse, any possibilites to solve this problem or i can trash this mouse?

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Photoray002
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Hello @Shurgal 

 

Sorry to hear it was stolen. Ya, the mouse is useless now. The receivers are paired with the devices at the factory so you cannot get another one that would work.  All wireless mice (with the exception of a couple) work this way, no matter what brand.

Sorry.

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Not very good to hear it. As i know - logitech has universal recivers for up to 6 devices connected. And also they can send extra reciver if you lost it. So ... not very good expirience with this buying. Not a cheapest device. But ok, next time i will chose something different to buy if this is HP policy.

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I doubt its an HP Policy issue.

HP used to carry unified setups, but something happened and they stopped. I don't know why.

I would say if Logitech was willing to send you another receiver for free, that's great. But I see them advertised for $11-15 on Amazon plus shipping. IF the mouse was cheap to begin with (and your model is going for $15 on Amazon already) and its a price difference of a couple dollars, I'll just buy another cheap mouse and save the time.

If it were for an expensive gaming mouse, it would be different. But the Unified Receivers don't come with the high end gaming mice, not any that I use anyways.

 

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