1.    26 Dec 2016 #1
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    Slow mouse depending on location


    I have a weird problem.
    I have a wireless LOGITECH mouse that I use with my laptop. When I'm in my office, it works fine but when I work in the livingroom the mouse crawls across the screen. Everything is the same. Same profile same mouse, same laptop, same network connection (Ethernet, not Wireless). I checked and I have the latest Logitech driver and Windows is also updated. I can't understand how is that possible Anyone?
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  2.    26 Dec 2016 #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by JGENT View Post
    I have a weird problem.
    I have a wireless LOGITECH mouse that I use with my laptop. When I'm in my office, it works fine but when I work in the livingroom the mouse crawls across the screen. Everything is the same. Same profile same mouse, same laptop, same network connection (Ethernet, not Wireless). I checked and I have the latest Logitech driver and Windows is also updated. I can't understand how is that possible Anyone?
    Hi there. Same mouse pad or different surface?

    Either that or something in the living room is giving out a wave distorting the Bluetooth wave?
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  3.    27 Dec 2016 #3
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    I agree that something in the room is causing a interference. Do you have a cordless phone close by?
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  4.    27 Dec 2016 #4
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    Thank you for your replies
    I tried different surfaces with no changes
    I will try turning off the cordless phone next however, I should also mention that it is not just the wireless mouse. I have the same issue with a wired mouse which I tested in all the ports
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  5.    28 Dec 2016 #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by JGENT View Post
    Thank you for your replies
    I tried different surfaces with no changes
    I will try turning off the cordless phone next however, I should also mention that it is not just the wireless mouse. I have the same issue with a wired mouse which I tested in all the ports
    Well, then that's just plain weird. Is the lappy on a surface in your living room where it's cooling ok?
    Last edited by HippsieGypsie; 28 Dec 2016 at 11:38.
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  6.    28 Dec 2016 #6
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    I'm in agreement with the replies so far; there's something interfering with the mouse. I have a Logitech mouse too, and I can go from my office to the living room and nothing interferes . . . the mouse works wherever I am. That is, except when I use the arm of my recliner as a mouse pad; mousey, he no likey and refuses to respond correctly; very slow and choppy movements.

    If it's possible, turn off your Logitech drivers and let the mouse be a plain "generic" wireless mouse and see what happens. If you can't turn off the drivers, it might be worthwhile to uninstall everything Logitech mousewise as a test to see what happens.

    No, I haven't tried to turn my Logitech drivers off yet.
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  7.    28 Dec 2016 #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by JGENT View Post
    Thank you for your replies
    I tried different surfaces with no changes
    I will try turning off the cordless phone next however, I should also mention that it is not just the wireless mouse. I have the same issue with a wired mouse which I tested in all the ports
    Is the wireless mouse receiver plugged in when you tested the wired mouse?
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  8.    03 Jan 2017 #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by JGENT View Post
    Thank you for your replies
    I tried different surfaces with no changes
    I will try turning off the cordless phone next however, I should also mention that it is not just the wireless mouse. I have the same issue with a wired mouse which I tested in all the ports
    Hi there. Was wondering if you ever got this problem resolved. Anxious to see what it was.
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  9.    06 Jan 2017 #9
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    Thanks to everyone for the recommendations. I have not tried all the suggestions made here so far. I will try this weekend and let everyone know what I find.
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