Ok, so recently my mouse has started messing up. I'm thinking something is wrong with the mouse itself, because I have a different mouse, and the problem doesn't happen with it. So anyways, with my messed up mouse, sometimes when I left click on something, the mouse acts as if I didn't even push the button, and sometimes when ever I left click the mouse acts as if I am holding down the button, but I am not holding it down. It is very annoying, and I can't update the drivers for it, to see if that will work, because the only drivers I can get are the ones that came with the mouse, because when I goto Logitech's website, it says my mouse wasn't shipped with any software, and that it uses the drivers that windows assigns it. I thought that was hilarious, because It most certainty does come with software/drivers, the box even says, "this package contains: CD with software, comfort guidelines and user's guide". So I was wondering if anyone could help me out here, because I would like to be able to use my mouse without it messing up on me, and I don't want to use the other mouse, because it isn't wireless, and wired mice tend to get tangled up in all the other cables I have on my computer, and then you have to jerk on the mouse to get it to come untangled, and then you end up pulling out another cable in the process, and then when you try to use that item, it doesn't work.
edit: ok, can mice read words on the screen? Right after I made this post, I moved the receiver down right beside my mouse and tested the mouse again, and now it is working. Another question, how well does IR cordless mice work through wood, because I have the receiver on top of my desk, and my mouse down in a drawer, because if I put it on top of my desk, it is too high, because my chair is too low, and then after using it for a while, my arm starts to hurt, so putting the mouse down in a drawer, it is lower, so my arm is above my hand, and I am a lot more comfortable. (I hope I am not being too confusing here, sorry if I am.)