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John52
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎09-14-2012

After Mountain Lion upgrade, my mac is no longer compatible with my Logitech m570 and k750-mac

My m570 wireless mouse and k750-mac wireless solar keyboard worked fabulously for 6 months. Then I upgraded from OSX Snow Leopard to OSX Mountain Lion.

 

Ever since I upgraded to Mountain Lion, my mac (late spring 2011 macbook pro) has had continual problems:

  • The Logitech m570 mouse and k750-mac keyboard intermittently stop working
  • The Logitech Control Center intermittently says that it can't defect a unifying receiver
  • The mac frequently freezes for several minutes
  • The mac intermittently undergoes a kernel-panic reboot

When I unplug the unifying receiver and uninstall the unifying software and Logitech Control Center, the problems go away. No more kernel panics. No more freezing. When I plug the unifying receiver back in and reinstall the unifying software and logitech control center software (with freshly downloaded copies from logitech.com), the problems re-appear.

 

What I've tried, all to no avail:

  • Rebooting the computer
  • Unplugging and replugging the unifying receiver
  • Using a different unifying receiver
  • Using a different USB port for the unifying receiver
  • Reinstalling freshly downloaded copies of the unifying software and logitech control center software from logitech.com (after uninstalling them and rebooting)
  • Testing the memory on my mac (zero errors)
  • Trying it in two different environments (work and home), in case there was radio interference with the unifying receiver.
  • Checking the battery level in the mouse and keyboard (both are fine)
  • Turning off my other programs that start upon login

Since all the problems go away when I get rid of the Logitech devices and their software, and then then problems reappear when I plug the logitech unifying receiver back in and reinstall its software, I conclude that the problem lies with the logitech products.

 

Help, please! I'm back to using the Apple keyboard and mouse, but would much prefer to use the Logitech ones if I could.

 

Thank you,

John

 

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Art-M
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎02-04-2012

Re: After Mountain Lion upgrade, my mac is no longer compatible with my Logitech m570 and k750-mac

Seems like an urgent question but no response. I wonder whether Logitech still has an Apple team at all.  Squeezebox server is also stuck at the OS 10.7 level.   

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JeffBeck
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎08-07-2012

Re: After Mountain Lion upgrade, my mac is no longer compatible with my Logitech m570 and k750-mac

Nothing but a nightmare using a Loitech m705 with Mac OS Mountain Lion.

Prior to M Lion, no issues.

Logitech is asleep at the wheel on this as i was on the phone with issues months ago after M Lion released.

Not 1 software upgrade since to repair these issues from Logitech.

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doclocke
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎10-07-2012

Re: After Mountain Lion upgrade, my mac is no longer compatible with my Logitech m570 and k750-mac

Hi all - great to find this thread. Got an mid-2011 iMac which worked wonderfully with the keyboard. Update to ML and constant crashing. Come on LT - get an update out!

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davidgeisbush
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎06-29-2007

Re: After Mountain Lion upgrade, my mac is no longer compatible with my Logitech m570 and k750-mac

I use the Logitech Wave, k350 and M705 and it works flawlesslty on Mountain Lion with the MBP Retina. My only complaint is that when I run Win7 in Parallels, the mouse looses alot of its precision in click mode and is rediculously precise in scroll mode (it scrolls 3/4 of a page and I cannot find a way to reduce it to only scrolling a few lines).

 

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Beiteltjie
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎10-09-2012

Re: After Mountain Lion upgrade, my mac is no longer compatible with my Logitech m570 and k750-mac

Same issue here. Any fix yet?