03-25-2013 06:53 PM
I use my G700 on my desktop as a corded mouse almost exclusively. Today while another person was using my laptop with the MK710 combo they realized that time from time I was controlling the mouse on both computers even though the G700s receiver is not in any device. I attempted to remove the G700 from the Unifying software with no luck as it does not come up as a connected device. Is there any possible fix for this interference other then replacing one of the devices? Can the wireless be disabled on the G700?
03-27-2013 06:39 AM
Since the Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 and the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 use the same cordless protocol (2.4 GHz eQUAD), there might be some interference. Make sure that they're being used at least 30 feet away from each other.
I hope this information helps.
03-27-2013 09:26 AM
Hi I have the g700 and the MK710/M705 the 2 PC's are about 4 Ft away from each other and I get no interference. When you installed the g700 did you get asked to match the mouse to that PC if not that may be the problem. It is strange as the g700 wont use a unifying receiver from the specs on it, I have even tried to get the unifying receiver to pick up on my g700 and it wont.