The Wifi Signal Falls When Using a Wireless Mouse. What could be the solution?

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  1. cuneyt1984

    cuneyt1984 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello,I have a GT72VR 6RE.I understand that my problem is related to Trust GXT 130 Mouse. When I use the notebook with this mouse, the wifi signal breaks and decreases. While downloading a file from the Internet, the wifi signal is low while the mouse is connected to the notebook, and the connection breaks.The wifi signal is normal when I remove the mouse receiver from the notebook.
    What could be the solution?
     
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    cuneyt1984 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Will not you answer me on this?
     
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    Falkentyne Notebook Virtuoso

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    Posting a message at 1 AM in the morning Pacific time isn't going to get you much help, especially if you choose to cry for MORE replies at 4 AM. A large part of the traffic here is from the States, and the States were sleeping. And if someone knew the answer to your question, they would have posted. And this issue has been discussed in the past with some Logitech mice.
    Either change USB ports, change mice, try a different wifi card (they are very cheap anyway), change band channels, or even experiment with reversing the Main/Aux antennas and see if that helps.
     
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    Phoenix Super Tweaker

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    get another mouse. problem solved
     
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    cuneyt1984 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi, I found the solution. I accessed the channel settings through the modem/router interface. I chose the channel number 8 or 9. All other channels failed.
     
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    Also, the most compatible channel for my modem is number 8.
     
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    Hi I noticed an interesting situation. When I move the mouse, the WiFi signal is weakening. However, when I stop using the mouse, the modem signal is normal.
     
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    Koen Notebook Enthusiast

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    For optimal wifi neighbourhoods it would be best if people use either channel 1,6, or 11 for 2.4gHz wifi.
     
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    I tried these settings. But only wifi works on channel 11. And the same problem continues.
     
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