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Wireless Device Issues

Hi Guys,
II am experienceing issuees with my wireless mouse and keyboard. I have tried other wirelesss mice as well and they are having the same issues.

While typing itth my keyboard, its glitchy and inserts extra letters/misses some (As you can see).
My mouse lags out whwile I move it across the screen and is Jittery.
I have checked some of the drivers but perhaps not the right one????


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Clarification Request

In reply to: Wireless Device Issues

The batteries are new, and the fact that its doing the same thing on multiple devices puzzles me.
Also, as soon as the computer is turned on it works fine. Its only after half an hour or so that it starts to glitch.

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The only times I have this issue

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Is when the batteries get too low. I do have an old logitech and it's range is pitiful. Usually much better on other models but this one I had to move the unifying USB dongle to the other ports to get it to behave.

That's all.

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PS. Not giving much to work with.

In reply to: The only times I have this issue

Either the PC or device is defective. Can't tell where yet.

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