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New G9 Mouse Issue


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#1 ill_Nino

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Posted 19 August 2008 - 09:01 AM

First off I would like to apologise for any mispelt words, you will understand why.

I bought a Logitech G9 Gamer mouse this afternoon, and it worked fine, absolutely fine. But my previous M&KB was a Logitech Cordless 1500 Rechargeable Dock. Only after I let a limited account user on Windows XP Home use the new Mouse, did I notice that the keyboard is playing up.

It types random letters, mainly D, S & A, at times the space bar cops a hit. It is driving me crazy, yes I still have the Dock connect in the background because I have no other KB for this computer. Could it be that they conflict and this is the error?

Or have I damaged the KB?

Also those random keys appear after holding down "Shift".

Any help would be appreciated, it is the most annoying bug to date.

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Posted 19 August 2008 - 09:19 AM

Just like to add, that I added an older Keyboard that I found on the other computer. It works fine, but it is wired and plugged into a USB through the computer. So I have reason to believe it is now a collision with the Cordless Logitech M&KB, which the dock is for both, the Mouse and Keyboard. Note, I completely removed the Cordless 1500 after putting in the older Keyboard.

A friend believed it would not collide, is there anything I can do about keeping both without any problems?

Edited by ill_Nino, 19 August 2008 - 09:20 AM.





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