Question about Logitech Cordless Mouse
Something in your house is causing interference, does this happen outside of your house? If if doesn't then it's a microwave, or another appliance causing interference. Also, this usually happens when the mouse is outside of the broadcast range, or has weaker batteries (this also reduces the broadcast range). Try replacing the batteries again, then maybe try it on someone else's computer outside of your house. If it happens on someone else's computer outside of the house it could be your computer or your house. If it doesn't do it on your computer if you take your computer out of your house (laptop only, unless you want to hook it up elsewhere) then it's definately an appliance.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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