Windows 10: Device auto-disconnects momentarily (help with Event Viewer needed)

  1.    23 Aug 2015 #1

    Device auto-disconnects momentarily (help with Event Viewer needed)

    Having this annoying issue: every 5 minutes or so, the "Device Disconnect" sound is heard, mouse cursor freezes/disappears for a second and I think an icon appears and disappears immediately in the system tray. I am suspecting one of my Logitech devices (G400 Mouse / Media Keyboard Elite) but this was never an issue in previous Windows. Latest drivers/software properly installed. I tried using the Event Viewer to locate this with no results. Any ideas appreciated, thanks.
    Last edited by AmigaRoots; 26 Aug 2015 at 07:39.
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