You should try co-op. It's fun tackling the fortresses at their full strength with a partner.
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Don't you have to format these drives before using them? How do they keep the virus?-Deozaan (November 13, 2007, 12:13 AM)
I bought a rechargeable Logitech Wireless MX1000 mouse a couple years ago. I've had problems with the mouse jumping around the screen or not responding to movement. Contacted tech support and they said it the receiver needs to be 1 foot away from electrical equipment. Excuse me? A mouse that needs to be away from electrical devices?
I've had the mouse die on my a few times while in use, but to be honest it hasn't happened in a while because I hardly use the thing. I much prefer my trackball as it requires less desktop space and doesn't hurt my wrist.
If I were to get another wireless mouse in the future, I think I'd go for the rechargeable AA batteries option.-Deozaan (November 04, 2007, 10:10 PM)