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Wireless Logitech mouse

When I put in the little wireless thing into the computer it makes a crackling sound and the computer goes black (dead)  I have 2 wireless logitech mice and each mouse does the same thing to the computer, windows operating system xp

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Go to logitech first if you haven't already after a month and download the software for your specific mouse. Problem should be solved.

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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