Question about Logitech 967461-0403-PK Keyboard/Mouse
My laptop has had a wireless mouse attached for months. Suddenly last night my computer starts going fritzo... I just knew it was a computer virus. Ran an update and a virus scan... nothing! I kept playing around with things, even changing out the batteries in the mouse, then decided to try to unhook it and see what happened. After a few minutes my computer began acting normal... no more problems. Until I hook the mouse back up again. Then it goes fritzo. Unhook it and after a few minutes computer is back to normal. Has my wireless mouse had it? What is up?
If you can try to hook up the mouse to another computer or a friends computer, if it still acts the same way then it's the mouse and probably should be replaced.
Hope this helps.
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