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Logitech mouse very erratic


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6stringer

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I have the Logitech S510 wireless combo and I recently dropped the mouse on a hard surface. Since then it is very erratic and the drag feature rarely works. Some other issues are I can click on a link and be taken to something entirely different,and sometimes when I click on a link it will open 2 or 3 of the same windows.Sometimes I even have to click on something 2 or 3 times just to get it to function,such as a "submit" button.

This is not a Malware re-direct issue as far as I can tell,but a damaged mouse issue. Not sure how these things work but it has worked perfectly for over a year until I dropped it. I've spent a fruitless hour searching for a new replacement mouse to no avail so can someone tell me what replacement mouse to buy that will work with the existing keyboard? Maybe just as easy to buy a new combo?

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You can get wireless mice on their own. Most wireless equipment has the ability to change its transmit channel in order to avoid clashing with other wireless equipment.
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Thank you. I read where someone else bought a Logitech wireless mouse to replace his and it would not work due to it being a different frequency than what he had.
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