I bought a MX400 mouse today, but every time I plug it into my computer, the computer reboots soon after the mouse is detected. Has anyone else been having this problem? Can anyone give me some advice on what to do about this problem? The computer in question is a Dell Dimension XPS600, with a 600MHz Pentium Processor and 786MBs of RAM.
I worked on a computer with that same issue. I had two friends that had the same computers, but one had issues with any USB devices, and the other did not. I even tried USB cards, and the same issues popped up. It was an issue with the chipset or something on the motherboard.
Edit: It was with USB flash drives, USB mice, or any USB devices.
Message Edited by advcomp2019 on 07-04-200702:32 PM
I am using XP, the chipset is old and I'm not sure what chipset I'm using ,and it has worked fine with another Logitech device I was using up until the point where the computer kicked out in the same fashion while I updating the drivers for it. The mouse in question was part of the Cordless Desktop MX5000 Laser set. As for the USB controller, I am not sure how to go about updating that. I suspect it might have something to do with the bluetooth adapter, since in a very heavy sweep of everything to do with Logitech in order to get the mouse to work I found there there were numerous entries for a Logitech bluetooth USB device that I could not remove at all.