synth-ruiner I've had that too with my Logitech wireless mice
I learned long ago that if you use a wireless mouse, or a wireless keyboard, it's best to keep a wired version around for emergencies. Like setting up a new computer, or installing a new OS, where the drivers haven't yet been loaded for those wireless devices.
Usually those things either come free with a computer, or they can be had online for a couple dollars. So when throwing out junk you never thought you'd need, be careful to leave yourself at least one wired mouse and keyboard.
The wired mouse can also help when the batteries are gone in your wireless mouse. It's an easy way to eliminate the mouse/batteries as a cause.