Question about Logitech Cordless Desktop EX110
Cheers oh venarable Druid. I think the problem might have been server and driver issues. I removed the ofending hardware and reverted back to my original logitech corded mouse and keyboard, end of problems.
Thanks for your time and input.
Good luck with the mistletoe.
Posted on May 31, 2008
Does this happen always or only in this game? If it is only in this game, then you may want to consult the game manual. If not, then it could be interference that may be causing the problem.
Any electrical device, such as the computer monitor, Zip drives, speakers, etc., can cause interference with cordless products. Most likely, this will effect tracking of pointing devices or the range of the device. Also, using cordless devices on a metal desk or a desk with a metal frame can cause problems with pointing device behavior and range. To resolve these types of issues, try moving the receiver at least 8 inches away from other electrical devices. Interference issues can also be resolved by moving the mouse closer to the receiver. You may also want to experiment with different locations and positions for the receiver, including moving the receiver to an upright/vertical position or rotated to a different angle. Another alternate solution is to elevate the receiver by placing it on a CD ROM case or other item.
Please let me know if this helped..
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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