It's not a hardware issue -- many people have the same issue with logitech mice:

The best workaround appears to be the one you've already discovered which is the "reset" via Solaar.


On Mon, Dec 6, 2021 at 11:55 AM Emmett Culley <> wrote:
I have a logitech mouse that has been working well for a long time.  Except that every once in a while it suddenly won't scroll one line at a time and instead requires multiple turns of the wheel to move a page.

I've been putting up with this as I am able to fix it by running solaar and toggling scroll wheel resolution off then on again.  Only a couple of mouse clicks.

Now it seems to have gotten worse, or I am finally tired of having to stop my workflow to fix it.  It seems to be related to the mouse going to sleep during inactivity, though it is random enough so I cannot be sure.

I am on the latest fedora 34 code, and I have been seeing issue since before 32.

Any ideas where to look for a solution?

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