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We are four users, 3 wireless HP mice, and one plugged in to a USB. We are getting confused channels - i.e. not in control of our own mouse! Have changed channels on all wireless but the problem creeps back for some reason? Any help please

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Most wireless mice are running on 2.4Mhz frequency. Yes, they would really interfere with each other since they have the same freq. You mentioned that you already change the channels but you're getting the same problem.

What is the distance between each users? If you're near with each other, I would advise you to put divisions (i.e. glass) that would block the signal from traveling to another adapter of you wireless mice.

We cannot do anything but to put divisions.


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