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Cordless logitech mice interference

Two cordless logitech mice, each connected to base station without problems and separtely. Once used in same office area using 1 mouse causes the other one to stop responding (not move in the same fasion as might be expected) any simple cheap solutions for this?

Batteries have been checked and replaced, each mouse is fine when used on it's own.

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Hi!
I think what happens there is that both mice is running on the same frequency. What you need to do is to restart the wireless of just one of the mice by pressing the connect button on the usb reciever and on the mouse. That way it would try a different frequency.
I hope this helps.

Posted on May 05, 2010

Testimonial: "A lot better functionality than it was now. Not perfect so likely to be some other source of interference in the room, this will be checked out. Thank you for the speedy response."

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The compatability of the driver on different board matters here. Multiple mouse used on same station at times shows this issue. Dont worry download the exact driver for both and try reinstall and this should work. Also try if these mouses work together in safe mode. Good Luck

Posted on May 05, 2010

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