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Logitech wireless desktop

My wireless mouse moves any window scroll by itself and is driving me nuts because I can browse nothing and sometimes the space bar on my keyboard doens't work I need help with matter. Thanks

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  • militzaq Dec 05, 2007

    I have tried all that but still nothing I don't know if I have a virus that my antivirus can't catch but I'm clueless about what the deal is here. Thanks for the help



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Your batteries are probably going! Also, clean the contacts with an eraser when replacing. Use new alkaline batteries only. Still a problem? Try to re-establish the contact by resetting the connect buttons. This may change the frequency...on which there is interference.

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