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Hi guys, so i've had my Logitech G500 gaming mouse for about a year now and have encountered an issue. Earlier this year the right click button messed up so that when i aimed down sights in a came it would constantly go in and out as if i were spamming the button. I have researched this issue and found that it seams to be a fault in the mouse's design. What can i do about this due to the amount of time that i have had this mouse? thanks.

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Hi, I own a Logitech MOMO and when I plug it in to the computer, the computer doesn't see it. I've tried reinstalling the software, restarting the computer, and plugging the USB connector into a different drive. Any solutions?

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]18116[/ATTACH]Logitech is probably the most widely known and respected PC peripheral manufacturer in the world. They are known for making quality, reliable products that make sense. Leave it to our Swiss friends to re-think/design/invent the keyboard, again. Enter the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750, a lightweight, thin [I]wireless[/I] desktop keyboard that requires no batteries or chargers, just a little bit of light. [B]The Packaging[/B] Logitech put their “green” hat on for this one from start to finish. The box is made of recycled cardboard and is only large enough to contain and protect the product inside. There are no printed …

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I have a MX300 mouse on a Boxx Computer running WinXP32 that keeps freezing:confused:, if I just unplug and replug it in it will work again for a few minuter to a few hours! I have reinstalled the driver several times to no avail with the latest driver which used to work fine. This has been going on for a couple weeks now and it is driving me nuts! Any thoughts on what might be causing this?

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It’s earnings week in Silicon Valley, even as the world is focused on the historic events in Washington today. Some heavyweights are on the financial reporting docket, including Google Inc., eBay Inc., Apple Inc. and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. Here is a quick run-down of what we can expect this week . . . Apple (AAPL): Apple, with a new sheriff in town, should report earnings of $1.38 a share on $9.76 billion in revenue. eBay (EBAY): eBay, which did relatively well in the holiday season, should report earnings of 39 cents a share on $2.12 billion in revenue. Advanced …

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Some press releases grab your attention for all the wrong reasons, although from the PR perspective if it has grabbed my attention it has obviously worked. One such scurried across my desktop the other day: [URL="http://www.logitech.com"]Logitech [/URL]rolls out its coolest mouse ever, the headline proclaimed. Oh crikey, thought I, here we go again. Another day another mouse and another press release desperately trying to convince me that my mouse is not any good and this mouse will change the way I work. It is a new mouse revolution, I was promised enthusiastically. I can fly through long documents with hyper-fast …

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