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The authority on tech Sign in with Sign up | Sign in  Tags :  Storage  Graphics  CPUs  Cases  Tablets  Cooling  Motherboards  Gaming  Smartphones  More  Tom's Hardware  Forum  Computer Peripherals  Lost receiver for wireless mouse Closed Lost receiver for wireless mouse Tags:  Wireless Mouse  Peripherals Last response: December 12, 2001 9:02 AM in Computer Peripherals Share Anonymous December 1, 2001 3:18:29 PM
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  The authority on tech Sign in with Sign up | Sign in    Tags :    Storage     Graphics     CPUs     Cases     Tablets     Cooling     Motherboards     Gaming     Smartphones     More     Tom's Hardware     Forum     Computer Peripherals     Lost receiver for wireless mouse  Closed Lost receiver for wireless mouse Tags:    Wireless Mouse    Peripherals Last response: December 12, 2001 9:02 AM in Computer Peripherals Share Anonymous December 1, 2001 3:18:29 PM Hi all. I have lost the little transmitter box (connected to two USB ports) that receives radio signals for my wireless Logitech mouse and keyboard. I contacted the shop and they told me, that every single transmitter uses a unique frequency and there is no other solution than to buy a new keyboard+mouse. Is this true? Should I forget it, threw out the old mouse+keyboard and buy a new set?   Thanks. See full content More about : lost receiver wireless mouse    Toejam31 December 2, 2001 3:45:52 AM <A HREF= http://www.logitech.com/cf/support/1029.cfm   target= _new >http://www.logitech.com/cf/support/1029.cfm&lt;/A> Obviously, that statement was patently false. You can see that the different receivers operate at varying channel frequencies, but there is not a different one for each individual receiver sold per unit. This is why there can sometimes be problems when the mice and keyboards are too close together, such as when moving the cursor with a mouse on a different display. However, whether you can purchase the receiver separately from the mouse and keyboard is another story. I would suggest that you contact Logitech and ask for a replacement. Or  perhaps you can locate someone who has a receiver they would be willing to sell to you. Toejam31 <font color=red>My Rig:</font color=red> <A HREF= http://www.anandtech.com/mysystemrig.html?rigid=6847   target= _new >http://www.anandtech.com/mysystemrig.html?rigid=6847&lt;/A>  ____________________________________________________ <font color=purple> Procrastination on your part does not constitute an emergency on my  part. </font color=purple>    FatBurger  December 3, 2001 5:43:06 PM Correct, they use different channels. However, the newer stuff still has a security code. The different channels are to keep away from interference, but with the newer stuff, you still cannot use a different mouse/receiver. <font color=orange>Quarter</font color=orange> <font color=blue>Pounder</font color=blue> <font color=orange>Inside</font color=orange>     Related resources You were looking for lost receiver wireless mouse . You might be interested in the following th
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