03-30-2012 06:08 PM
Here's the situation: my m705 marathon mouse is waaay to touchy when it comes to waking my computer up, so much so that just lightly nudging the keyboard tray wakes my system up; my unifying keyboard I have no problems with, in that respect.
Both are paired to the same unifying reciever. I tried going into the device manager to disable just the mouse's wake up capability, but in the end I can only either disable none, or disable both, presumably because they share the same reciever.
...and so I ask: how, and can I, set up two separate recievers (one came with each) connected to the same computer to work around this problem?
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03-31-2012 04:51 AM
You could use two unifying receivers in one PC, although this might not help with those symptoms.
If you do want to use two receivers, then un-pair the device from one receiver before you try to use the unifying software to pair it with another one.
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03-31-2012 02:42 PM - edited 03-31-2012 03:07 PM
Well, that seems to have solved it. I unpaired my mouse from the current receiver, set up the mouse with its own receiver on another computer, connected the mouse back up and both devices are now using separate receivers. Following that, I went into the device manager, disabled the "HID Keyboard" and "HID Mouse" associated with the mouse's unifying receiver (I used the "install date" field to differentiate between the two receivers) and voilà, keyboard wakes the computer up, but not the mouse.