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Logitech Wireless Mouse USB stuck in laptop

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#1 saintsrow2lover


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 02:08 PM

My laptop fell one day, luckily nothing broke, but it fell on the side where my USB is for my Logitech Wireless Mouse. The mouse wasn't working one day and I looked at the USB and I see that it is stuck too far inside of the USB port. I've tried tweezers, pulling it out with fingers, etc. Nothing has worked.

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#2 buddy215


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Posted 20 January 2014 - 03:02 PM

There is some good discussion and advice given for your problem in link below. the info will help you decide whether you would attempt a repair yourself or not.

Dead USB Port? Here's How to Diagnose and Fix It!


There are several Youtube videos on this. Doing a search using your computer's brand and model might lead you to better info.


It might even be worth considering doing nothing to remove the dongle or repair. Whether using a new dongle in a different port would work or not likely can 

only be answered by trying it.

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