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Logitech cordless mouse

My wife and I each have a computer back to back on a desk. We both have the Logitech cordless mouse. When they are both running they interfer with one another. Is there some way to insulate between them?

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  • RandJLarge Aug 19, 2008

    Thanks very much. Moved each receiver as far from each other as the cord would allow and that fixed the problem.

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I moved the receivers as far apart as the cords would allow and that solved the problem. Thanks again for your help.

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That's a hoot, they're on the same frequency. If Logitech can't get you one on a different frequency, try moving your receivers as far apart from each other as possible. A USB extension should not hamper function, try it.

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