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Only works when connected to laptop, not when connected to a usb hub

My cordless Logitech mouse works fine when connected to the computer, but when I connect it to a powered usb hub, it won't work. Is there something I can do to solve this problem?

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This is a common problem with many USB devices. Most will work on hub but some are designed specifically not to. The biggest offenders in this category are Palm Pilots/Pocket PCs and wireless peripherals. They do this because they consume a great deal of the USB bandwidth and splitting it would make everything connected to the hub have connectivity problems. If you really need an extra USB port or two on a laptop, they do make a PCMCIA->USB card as shown here: http://www.buyextras.com/syusb202pcca.html?gclid=CN_JsfLGno4CFR3NgAodIRRvTg

Posted on Aug 31, 2007

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