questionshow to replace lost microsoft wireless mouse 3500…

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I just found a number for the Microsoft Order Desk at (800) 360-7561. Try that. Have your mouse with you to make sure you get the right one.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/838398

Good luck! Let me know the results so I'll know for future requests.

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i have a good feeling that the cost of just the receiver will make it worth buying a new mouse, but that's just a guess.

much luck with M$ :)

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I lost my receiver, too, and called the number. The only option was to buy a whole new mouse for $29.99 +$5.00 shipping. Too bad the unit will be wasted, but i am waiting for it to go on sale again ($12.99 or so) at target. Thanks for the suggestions

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Many people fail to realize that the inevitable loss/misplacement of the tiny nano-receiver is not a rip-off by Logitech. Each receiver must be tuned to one, and only one, individual mouse. Otherwise, you'd be working in an office and see your cursor bounce all over your computer screen due to the actions of all the other mice in the office. Still, you'd think some company would figure out how to sell a wireless mouse with replaceable receivers that could be individually tailored by the user to his or her mouse. It probably won't be Logitech, though, because they've made some bad calls this year and seen their stock price slip. But the prices vary erratically with both the M305 and M310, with disparities ranging from $10 to $30. If you look on Amazon and eBay, you'll occasionally find new ones for $10-12. Just be careful not to pick up a used "replacement mouse" that doesn't have a nano-receiver. They're a virtual plague in the computer population.

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@caponsacchi

That actually isn't true with logitech, 1 receiver can work for several devices and they can mix and match.

http://www.logitech.com/en-us/promotions/6072