I'd been having trouble with my Logitech VX Revolution wireless mouse after about 2 years of ownership. I figured that, since I use it all the time, it was worn out. The problem I was having was that the left-click would only register about a third of the time. As I said, I thought I had just worn the mouse out so I bought a new (refurbished, actually) VX Revolution and receiver and I'm still having the same problems. That caused me to Google this, and apparently I'm not the only one with these issues.
It seems that my 2.4 GHz wireless is interfering with the mouse, and the higher speeds at which I download, the worse my mouse behaves. If I disable my wireless card (802.11b/g), I have no problems at all with my mouse.
I've used Logitech's connection utility to re-pair my mouse with the receiver, thinking it might use a different frequency that wouldn't interfere, but it didn't. Any suggestions? I've tried to be as specific as I can. Here are my computer's specs:
- HP dv6449us laptop
- Windows 7 x86 RTM (problem occurred on XP x86 and Ubuntu x86 as well)
- Logitech VX Revolution with included receiver and with smaller Nano receiver