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Thread: Logitech MX-700 issue

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    Advanced Member westy's Avatar
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    Logitech MX-700 issue

    I could use some assistance trying to track down an issue with the mouse on my Logitech MX-700 combo.

    For no reason at all, my mouse cursor freezes on the screen. The actual movement of where the mouse is still moves because I can open or right click and open programs and stuff, but I can't tell where the cursor is. Once in a while, I get an error message that tells me the pointing device has switched to channel 1 or channel 2, but this isn't always the case. The only way to get it back working is to reboot. I've tried uninstalling the drivers and re-installing the latest ones, but that didn't do any good.

    I'm at my wits end with rebooting !

    Any thoughts or suggestions ?

    Thank you in advance !

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    My first thing would be to ditch the logitech drivers and see if the built in windows drivers for wireless mice works.

    If that's a no go, you can try this...;en-us;895550

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    Moderator YeOldeStonecat's Avatar
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    Uninstall the Logitech drivers...I always just use the native Windows drivers.

    Make sure chipset drivers are the latest...relates to USB ports...

    Try a different USB port.
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    did you install any new device before the problem started ?
    I had same problem with my logitech mouse and keyboard i updated drivers from logitech website and problem was solved.Otherwise i dont know.
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