04-11-2012 08:43 AM - edited 04-11-2012 08:44 AM
After using mouse 30 minutes. Logitech MX905 is bag lag then green light on top of mouse turn on. It corrupts my moving action. And after 3 hour it lag many many time in a minute I'm using Windows 7 Home 64 bit. Anybody have ideal to avoid or fix it?
Phuong Tang Khai,
04-12-2012 07:24 AM
Do you experience this issue after your computer has been idle or in a sleep state? The green light on the top of the Anywhere Mouse MX (MX 905) will indicate the battery is good when the mouse is first powered on and when moved, if the mouse has been idle for a period of time. If the mouse was idle it will go into a sleep mode to save on energy, when the mouse is moved you will see the green light briefly and may notice a less than immediate response for a few seconds. If both the computer and the mouse have been idle and have been sleeping, you will notice a longer response time for a short time. Not all computers power up from sleep the same.
If you are experiencing these symptoms and your computer has not been in sleep state, please be sure the USB receiver is plugged directly into the computer and disable any pass through device or external USB hub for trouble shooting purposes. You may have in Windows 7, Power Options->USB Settings->USB selective suspend setting enabled. Please try disabling it.
04-13-2012 06:52 PM
I think it doesn't relate to the power of USB. I try to reduplicate this issue on other computer and this problem is still occur. I also setting USB power as your recommend but not work. Because I try to plug the receiver then unplug and plug again. The green light on top of mouse doesn't turn on. If this issue relate to power of USB then when I plug again recevier the green light must be turn on but it doesn't. So what do you thinking about it? I think the hardware of Logitech MX905 has problem in power control or something...
04-16-2012 07:15 AM
I suggest contacting Logitech Customer Care for your region as you have indicated that the issue followed your mouse to a different system.