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2.4 G Wireless Mouse Driver Download Mac

According to different connecting technology, there are two types of wireless mouse. One uses advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity with a tiny USB nano receiver, another type uses Bluetooth wireless technology. You can choose either link below according to your wireless mouse type to get information.

2.4 G Wireless Mouse Driver Download Mac


The latest available product driver is available in the Downloads section on the respective product page.Simply search by model name and download the driver from its product page, or visit our Support pages.

PRO Wireless was designed to be the ultimate gaming mouse for esports professionals. Over a 2 year period, Logitech G collaborated with more than 50 professional players to find the perfect shape, weight and feel combined with our LIGHTSPEED wireless and HERO 25k sensor technologies. The result is a gaming mouse with unrivaled performance and precision, giving you the tools and confidence needed to win.

5 DPI Level: Up to 4800 DPI by installing driver software,control mouse moving speed just press the DPI button. Upgrade 2.4GHz transmission technology,providing reliable, precise and long rang connection, up to 33 inch. Get rid of the restraint of cable, give the best play gaming experience.

G502 LIGHTSPEED was designed to be the ultimate G502 gaming mouse ever made. It keeps the exact same ID and feature set of the original, but is completely re-engineered to incorporate our most recent innovations. The internal structure features the same thin wall design and advanced endoskeleton as the PRO Wireless mouse for a 7-gram weight reduction. And the same industry-leading wireless technologies: LIGHTSPEED, HERO 25K and POWERPLAY.

Yeah, on my MacBook Air 2020 my wireless usb mouse cuts out too when using the 2.4ghz USB A receiver plugged into the USB A ports on my USB-C hub. My workaround is using a USB-A to USB-C adapter, and plugging that into the USB C port on my hub, and for some reason that solves it. But when the receiver is directly plugged into the USB A ports on the hub, it intermittently cuts out.

Hi Becky, thanks for the reply and the suggestions. I did review If your Apple wireless mouse, keyboard, or trackpad isn't working with your Mac as expected but nothing suggested in the article seemed to help.

Just to close the loop on this. There appears to be compatibility issue with Catalina and the Logitech Unifying Software and driver for MacOS. Even after updating the Unifying driver to the latest version on Logitech's website the Logitech Unifying Software still does see the Logitech G602 mouse. It doesn't look like Logitech has updated the driver software since 2018. I even tried the Logitech Unifying Software on another MacBook running Catalina and the software on the other MacBook also did not recognize the Logitech G602 mouse. I even tried updating the firmware on the Logitech Unifying receiver that came with the Logitech G602 mouse but it would not recognize the receiver USB dongle. MacOS Catalina does see the mouse as a USB Receiver HID device so the mouse does work. It just goes unresponsive and disappears every few hours. I did not see this behavior with Mojave with this same mouse. I have not tried reinstalling MacOS Catalina at this point since I have moved on with a generic Bluetooth mouse at this point. But, this just appears to be a device capability issue with Catalina.

Same problem here but on a MacBook Pro 13 2015 model with Mac OS Catalina 10.15.5 and use of external USB-hub with power and Logitech Unifier receiver for my Logitech MX wireless keyboard and Logitech dongle for Logitech G603 mouse.

5 Adjustable DPI level: Plug and Play! No need any driver download. Simple switch 5DPI (800-1200-1600-2000-2400) to change the speed for satisfying your different needs and wants. Strong Durability: Product has been tested 5,000,000 times keystroke for achieving the high durability.Long Working Distance: 2.4GHz wireless technology and professional gaming chip (PAW3212) can perform longer working distance up to 33ft.Comfort support: Frosted surface coating and skin- friendly texture features at waterproof and non-slip functions to create the most enjoyable using experience for you.Energy-Saving: The mouse will automatic turn off when disconnecting to the laptop device or being inactive for over 8 minutes (battery life extend up to 15 months).

Lastly, your USB connector might be faulty. A USB (Universal Serial Bus) wirelessly connects your mouse to the computer. All mouses have different identities which are called 'Drivers'. When you plug the USB into your computer, the computer quickly downloads the driver specific to your mouse. Sometimes all you need to do is re-download the driver which can be done by following this link: Re-download My Driver and clicking 'Driver' under downloads. If that does not work, try cleaning the USB ports. To do so, lightly rub a q-tip around the entrance of the chip. If it still does not work, then the actual USB port is broken. This can be replaced as well by buying a new chip.

2.4GHz Wireless Connection Promate Clix-7 provides ultimate wireless freedom and mobility for your mouse because of 2.4GHz wireless connectivity. It can be used reliably and ensure maximum productivity.

To install the mouse:- Place full batteries in the mouse.- Take the USB-receiver out of the mouse and connect the USB-receiver to the computer without using a hub or extension cable.- Switch the on/off button to ON on the bottom of the mouse, - The computer will recognize the mouse and install the built-in driver. This might take a few moments.- Touch a button and move the mouse, the mouse is ready to use.

ULTRA PRECISE MOVEMENT -- Enjoy fluent tracking on just about any surface (except glass or ultra slippery surface). The ergonomic mouse carefully calculates weight and stability, 5 slide pads bulge out from the bottom, to ensure you can move the wireless vertical mouse smoothly without any cursor shaking, and each of your movements will be tracked precisely. You can also adjust it between 3 resolutions of 800DPI, 1200DPI and 1600DPI depending on your needs. The DPI indicator will show you clearly

EASIER WEB BROWSING -- Get things done quicker with the ergonomic mouse. You won't even have to move your wrist with the built-in Backward/Forward Page buttons. They're precisely placed above the thumb rest, just move your thumb lightly to click once, then you'll jump to the desired page. Long browsing sessions can wear down your hand, but this ergonomic wireless mouse is designed to fulfill your job effectively without any pressure on your wrist joint for painless navigation!

WORK ANYWHERE WITH WIRELESS -- Enjoy the convenience of a wireless mouse, don't let another cord to get tangled in. Simply insert the USB receiver into your computer and you're on your way. This wireless vertical mouse tracks every movement with its super-fast 2.4 GHz wireless connection, and never worry about delays or dropouts! Thanks to the wireless range of 33 feet, you can enjoy a clutter-free workspace and work from anywhere!

WHISPER QUIET CLICK -- Hours of clicking sounds can be annoying to you or those around you. The advanced stability built into the wireless ergonomic mouse reduces the tip noise and improves responsiveness so you can make each click precise and inaudible. Working without excess noise improves concentration, learning, and productivity. Click in peace with the iClever vertical mouse your ears and coworkers will thank you!

Download the HP 2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Driver. After completing the download, insert the device into the computer and make sure that the cables and electrical connections are complete. After this, run the downloaded driver file to install and run the installation. It is important that the operating system is compatible when installing the driver. Please check immediately if your operating system is compatible.

  • How to get helpInstall InstructionsWindows InstallBefore connecting the VerticalMouse, go to Control Panel, Mouse:On the Buttons tab, uncheck the box for Switch Primary and Secondary Buttons.

  • On the Pointer Options tab, uncheck the box for Enhance Pointer Precision and set the pointer speed slider to the middle position.

  • Insert the plug or receiver in a USB port.For wireless models, select a port away from other USB plugs or devices to avoid signal interference.

  • If pointer movement is unreliable, use an extension cable to position the receiver farther away from other USB plugs or devices.

  • Avoid using KVM switches since the VerticalMouse may not work with them.

  • On wireless models, insert the battery and slide the On/Off switch to the green position.

  • Adjust the pointer speed as desired with the pointer speed button behind the wheel.

  • Evoluent Mouse Manager (driver) may optionally be installed to customize the buttons with a variety of functions, such as Copy, Paste, Enter, Double Click, etc. Download the driver here.

  • Mac InstallBefore connecting Evoluent VerticalMouse, go to the Applications folder to find and remove any existing Evoluent Mouse Manager and any other mouse software, except touchpad drivers, to avoid software conflict.

  • USB wired or wireless receiver models:Insert the plug or receiver in a USB port.

  • For wireless models, select a port away from other USB plugs or devices to avoid signal interference.

  • If pointer movement is unreliable, use an extension cable to position the receiver farther away from other USB plugs or devices.

  • Avoid using KVM switches since the VerticalMouse may not work with them.

  • Mac/Bluetooth models without a receiver:Go to System Preferences, Bluetooth and click Setup New Device or the + sign to add the mouse.

  • Insert the battery and slide the On/Off switch on the VerticalMouse to the green position or cycle it off and on to begin pairing.

  • Adjust the pointer speed as desired with the pointer speed button behind the wheel.

  • Evoluent Mouse Manager (driver) may optionally be installed to customize the buttons with a variety of functions, such as Copy, Paste, Enter, etc. Download the driver here. You may have to temporarily allow installing programs downloaded from anywhere in System Preferences, Security and Privacy.

Note regarding High Sierra (10.13) or newer Mac OS

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