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I have the same problem, except mine becomes uncontrollable as the zeros take over. Applications stop working, and the computer starts to beep loudly.

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Unfortunately I was unable to resolve the problem. One of your experts advised me that there was no current solution from Logitech but that other wireless devices might be causing interference. I have removed the mouse and keyboard and gone back to my old mouse and keyboard with wires. The problem has not recurred. I will be taking the product back for a refund.

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