Still Wondering......

Sep 10, 2014
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Is there a magic bullet to get reliable service out a logictech M510 w/mac pro and Yosemite. The mouse works for sometimes up to 40 minutes then the cursor behaves erratically. Hangs up on elements of a page, goes where it wants to and is generally useless. If apple made a mouse that felt this comfortable under my hand we would not be talking. So I'd prefer to get this one working.

Or is it just overzealous corporate lying on Dodgitech's part? One could assume these rodents are supposed to work in macs if they have software that lives in sys pref. folder.

Is anyone getting reliable service out of an M510 on their mac/yosemite?


Sep 17, 2014
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I have been using a Logitech M325 mouse on my 13" MacBook Air, and a Logitech M310 mouse on my Mac Mini, and have never had any issues. And, I am using the latest version of Yosemite, 10.10.5, on both machines.

A couple of things to try:

1. Make sure you have the latest version of Logitech's software, Version 3.9.2. You can get it from here:

2. Change the battery.

3. Connect the usb "receiver" to a different USB port.

This link might also help you:

Take a positive attitude and try those things.

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