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Cordless mouse There is no control for on our cordless logetech mouse,when it is on the desk with p.c. it used to.Know we have to put it on the kitchen table which is 2 ft away from pc, and it works fine.We changed all the batteries.have any idea's were stumped

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  • cewmotors Jan 30, 2008

    Wanna try again???

    Have done that to no avail.

    I am typing this on the companion keyboard with no problem.

    { exept spelling}

    Even Logitech is baffled

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You should connect the sensor connecting to PC visible to the cordless mouse so that there's no signal interuption. if you do this every is fine. or maybe u can bring the monitor near the 2 ft distance closer to you.

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  • Emelio Navaja
    Emelio Navaja Jan 30, 2008

    In this case i will suggest that you should install the driver of the system. so that maybe the system something errors in your system. or maybe the cordless mouse has a factory defect. please change that mouse or avail warranty of that stuff. please do i have a head ache twisting my brain on some other problems.



    Thank you have nice day. i will come back u later.

  • Emelio Navaja
    Emelio Navaja Jan 30, 2008

    Please install the driver correctly so that everything is fine.

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