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Wireless Mouse 6000 controlling two computers

My wife and I have our computers in the home office. we both have our own Wireless 600 mouse. When she uses hers, it controls both hers and my computer. How can I stop this from happening?

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  • dechah Jan 07, 2009

    Hi there. I fixed the problem. We both got the same desktop set, but I was planning to keep on using my bluetooth laser mouse 8000 instead of the wireless laser mouse 6000 that came with the set. It turns out that this is not possible because the wireless desktop receiver expects a mouse, and if it does not find one, it links to my wife's. A soon as I tuned off the 8000 mouse and inserted the batteries and connected the 6000 mouse, the problem went away.



    I am a bit disappointed as I really like the 8000 mouse, but the 6000 one is not so bad.

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Try setting each one up from the start with the other disconnected and off. Start with yours first since it seems your receiver has synced with her mouse. I'm guessing because yours was setup second.

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