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07-25-2008 09:16 PM - edited 07-26-2008 09:50 AM
Message Edited by Lestyan on 07-25-2008 09:16 PM
Message Edited by Lestyan on 07-26-2008 09:50 AM
07-26-2008 09:28 AM
I tried the mouse on Windows XP SP3 and Vista Ultimate, with and without Logitech drivers, on a Windows machine.
I also tried the mouse (without Logitech drivers) on a MacPro (running native Windows Vista Ultimate or Mac OS X Leopard).
I tried my 2 laptops (Windows XP SP2, and Mac OS X Tiger). Even tried my computer at work.
Different locations, with or without USB hub, with or without wifi enabled (incl. switching off the router), switching off my cordless phones, tried different locations. With or without additional USB devices.
I even tried the battery trick,... but in the end; nothing solved the problem.
Since I already have this mouse for a while, I probably will not be able to dig up the invoice.
As a long time Logitech user and fan, I'm highly disappointed ... yes even disappointed in the responses from Logitech in this forum. After so many years of quality products and never having a need for support, I now find myself in a position where Logitech really has let me down ...
Calling tech support or asking for support in this forum is almost like a tag-game, everybody sends you to somebody else, and when they're out of people to direct you to, suddenly the invoice becomes key. That is just ridiculous; the fact that I have the product, and the fact that they can check the serial number, should be enough ...
Logitech; very disappointing!
I love the G7, make it work, or offer a comparable product that works (which is NOT the G5 or the G9).
08-31-2008 07:02 PM
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