07-27-2010 05:12 PM
I purchased two of the Logitech Cordless Wave keyboard & mouse combos the other day. I intended to use one for my desktop and the other for my notebook when it's docked. The two desks are separated by about 2 meters.
The problem I'm having is that the signal from both mice are received by each receiver. so moving either mouse causes the pointer on both computers to start moving.
I've secured the keyboards, and they don't interfere with each other, but I can't find anything in my SetPoint Control Center (version 6.00.84) to perform a similar function for the mouse. I've also tried re-connecting both of them dozens of times, hoping they'd use a different channel or something, but no luck.
Am I stuck like this? Should I return one of the combos and buy something from MS, so the signals don't cross?
Both machines are running Windows 7 Ultimate x64. The desktop is a custom PC based on a Core i5, and the notebook is a Latitude e6400
Any help would be really appreciated
11-04-2010 05:21 PM
Any luck with this? I'm having the same issue. I have 2 of the exact same wireless mouse/kbd combo. Keyboards connect only to their respective computer, but each mouse controls both.
11-07-2010 01:20 PM
The mouse in that desktop set is 27 MHz and has a 6 foot range. If the other receiver is within that range, there will be interference. Try extending the distance between the 2 products and see if that improves the performance.
01-17-2011 07:31 PM
I am having the same issue with two computers. One is in a home office on the 2nd floor and the other is on the first floor below the room that office computer is in.
What can be done?