Originally Posted by tnotbdclxvi
If I send it in, would it be that they send me a new one first, and then I can send in my old one, or what? And also what about my data on my hard drive?
It would be more like they'll fix it in 3-5 business days and send it back to you. If you are up to it, I'm sure you can convince them to send you the part and you do it yourself.
i have to endorse logitech's mx1000 bt mouse that comes with either the dinovo bt laser or the mx5000 desktop. very nice mouse and accurate. the only thing is the internal battery so you can't change it if it goes dead on you when you are on the road.
does this work 100% on restart? i mean, does setpoint recognize the bt mouse with the dell 350 bt module without having to plug in the logitech dongle and removing it upon restart?
edit: followed dual-athlon's steps and my 350 is now using widcomm's drivers and it's all good. thanks.
yeah the mx 1000 bt mouse is great. i play war3 with it and other wireless mice i have used all have lag or are inaccurate. the mx 1000 is the closest to my wired mx 510 i can find. btw, logitech is having a 30USD rebate on the dinovo media desktop, which includes the mx1000bt.
You know I was paranoid with my screen on my 9300 about the sparkles and light leakage, then I looked at the 20 inch iMac's lcd and saw similar "sparkles." Another HP lcd has even worse light leakage, kinda like a picture frame that goes all the way around. But under normal circumstances, the user won't detect the flaws unless s/he intentionally is looking for them. I guess I got lucky with my screen.