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I have nearly the same configuration.
Dell Inspiron 6400
2 Gigs DDR2 RAM
Core Duo 1.66 GHz
60 gig hard drive
But I don't have the Logitech DiNovo Wireless Blue-tooth Desktop. I don't have any really bad issues with Captivate. As the only real difference seems to be the Logitech DiNovo Wireless Blue-tooth Desktop, I'm wondering if this is the issue here. And I'm also wondering what in the world it actually is (or does). I would assume it provides BlueTooth support of some sort.
While I'm not suggesting that Captivate should be excused for not working in this configuration, I'm wondering if there is a way to disable it, even temporarily, to see if the behavior changes with respect to Captivate. If so, it could provide some relief.
Thank you for a quick response! The diNovo Desktop is a wireless Keyboard/mouse setup provided by logitech.. Here is a link to it:
The wireless desktop has software that goes with it, and I tried disableing the software (just utilizing the basic keyboard/mouse functions), and it still does it. I have no clue why. I tried contacting Logitech, and after a couple of emails back and forth with a support tech,I was told it hadto be a software conflict. I know that captivate has quirky issues (like after inserting an animation on a slide), so I was basically wondering if this was another one, or if someone else had experienced this, and had an idea on a quicfix..
If you need any more info, I am more than happy to provide it!