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Here there is a new conspiracy-theory... it seems that there is some kind of "bio-research lab" in the near of Wuhan that many fingers are pointing as ground zero
EDIT: I just googled... as it seems there are more than one biotech companies over there
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Actually, the whole of East Asia is convinced that it did start in the US, because US tourists were among the first detected cases in all Asian countries, and were the furthest along.
If it was the case that it started in the US would that not imply that there would be evidence of infected US citizens that show they had it before the first case appeared in other countries? Unless perhaps the tourists created it to fill the boredom on the flight over...
Although I wouldn't rule out the possibility that the US would cover up any evidence that proved they started it, so who knows.
I have a Logitech wireless keyboard (K800) and mouse (M310). Recently I have experienced the loss of the settings for the K800 (specifically the disabling of both Caps-Lock and Ins keys). In desperation (after searching the Internet), I called Logitech Customer Support. After a fairly long conversation (1+ hours), I uninstalled all Logitech products and downloaded the latest version of Logitech Options. As an administrator I set the Caps-Lock and Ins keys disabled, and restarted the machine as a standard user. All worked as expected.
What went wrong? I was advised that Logitech updated the firmware for the K800 and M310 devices. Then, wholly separately, they made available an updated Logitech Options version (8.10.154). I was unaware of the firmware update and, because I use Windows 7, I was not advised through Windows Update. I was also advised that settings should be made from an administrator account.
I am disappointed in Logitech. They created turmoil for users of their wireless products. I suggested a solution to the CSR that I doubt will get to the developers. Too bad - I like the wireless keyboard and mouse.