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Mouse Help

GorweGorwe Member Posts: 846
Ok, the new unit of my old mouse arrived from Amazon, but I have an issue.

It works properly(beautiful mouse), but then, all of a sudden, it becomes kinda sluggish almost like its acceleration -> infinite and then I can't move it anymore. LEDs work, it registers my clicks, but it won't move, almost like it has infinite acc.

What's up with that and how do I go about it? Note: I haven't uninstalled or touched in any way the software of the second mouse and the ctrl.pnl does show two mice present. ?

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  • WizardryWizardry Member LegendaryPosts: 19,332
    Perhaps look at this Microsoft software?It's Microsoft's mouse and keyboard center

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/4051843/accessories-mouse-keyboard-center-download

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  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 30,925
    Update or reinstall the driver?

    Does this help ...

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  • xpsyncxpsync Member EpicPosts: 1,854
    Being around loads of different equipment, this is 100% personal with fact backing, stay away from Microsoft mice, Razor big time stay clear of, nothing but trouble in any of their  models i've used, great for a few months then trouble.

    Find a nice logitech mouse which you find comfortable and you'll not replace it for years and years, atm i'm rocking an MX Anywhere 2S for the last year or two, previously was using a m705 Marathon for 6 years probably more, i use the same mouse on all machines. /knock on wood zero issues or breakdowns.

    To clarify in all that time i'd try a MS or Razor and yeah within a month or two they turn to crap, and use the logi again, until the next urge to give something new a whirl, to the point i just gave the f up and use quality, no issue hardware.
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  • cheyanecheyane Member LegendaryPosts: 8,653
    Usually you need to use the software that comes with the mouse. Even if it reacts normally the software will allow you to tinker with the settings to improve it.
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  • RidelynnRidelynn Member EpicPosts: 7,375
    Some gaming mice have a button that allows you to adjust the DPI on the fly. If you were to crank the DPI it will make the mouse slow to a crawl. Make sure your not accidentally hitting that.
  • GorweGorwe Member Posts: 846
    xpsync said:
    Being around loads of different equipment, this is 100% personal with fact backing, stay away from Microsoft mice, Razor big time stay clear of, nothing but trouble in any of their  models i've used, great for a few months then trouble.

    Find a nice logitech mouse which you find comfortable and you'll not replace it for years and years, atm i'm rocking an MX Anywhere 2S for the last year or two, previously was using a m705 Marathon for 6 years probably more, i use the same mouse on all machines. /knock on wood zero issues or breakdowns.

    To clarify in all that time i'd try a MS or Razor and yeah within a month or two they turn to crap, and use the logi again, until the next urge to give something new a whirl, to the point i just gave the f up and use quality, no issue hardware.
    It's not a Microsoft mouse, obviously. In fact, I'd like to ditch Micro$oft completely, they turned to crap since Gates left his position.
    cheyane said:
    Usually you need to use the software that comes with the mouse. Even if it reacts normally the software will allow you to tinker with the settings to improve it.
    Yeah, I tried that, it still came to a literal screeching halt.
    Ridelynn said:
    Some gaming mice have a button that allows you to adjust the DPI on the fly. If you were to crank the DPI it will make the mouse slow to a crawl. Make sure your not accidentally hitting that.
    Obviously not. I'd see the amount of LEDs change, after all. :)
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