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Logitech G7 problems

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I got my G7 about 3-4 months ago. When it works properly, its beautiful. Recently, I guess my mouse has been ... lagging... for lack of a better word. I would be mousing as normal, and then all of the sudden, it would just stop. Naturally, i would jiggle the mouse around on the mouse pad, and it still won't work... So i just wait, and about 10 seconds later, the cursor ends up at the position where I jiggled the mouse at. For example

Mouse stops
I jiggle
No response
Few seconds later, the mouse goes instantly to the last point of the jiggle.

The receiver is in a USB port in the front of my computer, with my headset in the other port next to it. There about 8 more USB ports in the back. I was thinking of just exchanging this G7 for another G7, but I would just like to know if there was something i could do...

Thanks GTG!

EDIT: Also, I downloaded the newest version of SetPoint. All the settings are at default.

Edited by RustedBass, 09 March 2007 - 07:02 PM.

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I have the Logitech MX610, sometimes when my computer is under load it will stop moving for maybe a second and jump to the right place. I have my USB reciever running on a USB Cable extender from the back next to my keyboard about 7 inches away from the mouse. I think it's something to do with the Wi-Fi however the problem doesn't seem to bother me, all I can suggest is moving the reciever closer if possible.
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I have seen a couple of issues with these that don't at first seem like they might be the problem.

If you have any speakers within 10' try turning them off and see if problem goes away.

If you have a cordless phone within 10' unplug it and see if problem goes away.

I have also seen someone with a second mouse plugged into ps2 port at same time. Don't do this.

Also check hardware manager to make sure you didn't lose any usb drivers. I see this happen a lot.

Mouse should also be within about 6' of the receiver/transmitter.

Good luck.
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