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Thu, Oct 14 2021 4:37 AM (19 replies)
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  • pdb1
    22,500 Posts
    Mon, May 17 2021 9:58 AM

    ScottHope:

    Logitech M510 wireless driver.

    Have you looked here?

      Thanks Scott . I used to keep up to date with the Logitech Gaming Software . But I no longer use that .

      Instead I upgraded to the sleek and slim Logitech Marathon mouse . M705 . Which has the little side ' forward and back buttons ' . That I cannot live without .

      Your software includes the M705 . GR8 post Scott .

  • pdb1
    22,500 Posts
    Mon, May 17 2021 11:00 AM

      So cool .

      The Unifying software just combined the receivers for my K360 keyboard and my M705 mouse into 1 single receiver .

  • aoraki
    9 Posts
    Thu, Sep 23 2021 7:53 AM

    got this problem again looked at what is running and found (anti-malware service executable) with very high CPU usage. This points to Window Defender. did another search and appears to point to (msmpeng.exe) followed instructions to exclude and will see what if it makes ant difference.

     

    nope came back again

     

  • DodgyPutter
    3,958 Posts
    Thu, Sep 23 2021 9:15 AM

    My laptop has an inbuilt mouse, I wouldn't fancy playing using it but if others have this would trying it help to rule in/out mouse problems?

  • ScottHope
    7,965 Posts
    Wed, Sep 29 2021 12:55 AM

    aoraki:
    nope came back again

    See here.

  • aoraki
    9 Posts
    Wed, Oct 6 2021 5:39 AM

    Looking at your post I have the same driver. when I check system information I have 3 enteries under hardware type 2x hid-compliant mouse  and 1 under logicool usb lsi lazer mouse 

    Driver C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\MOUHID.SYS (10.0.19041.1, 34.50 KB (35,328 bytes), 07/12/2019 09:07)

    PNP Device ID HID\VID_046D&PID_C231\2&1A212A99&0&0000
    ****************************************************************************************
    Driver C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\HIDUSB.SYS (10.0.19041.868, 43.00 KB (44,032 bytes), 07/04/2021 13:16)
    PNP Device ID USB\VID_046D&PID_C062\6&79BEE0&0&1
    ****************************************************************************************
    Driver C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\MOUHID.SYS (10.0.19041.1, 34.50 KB (35,328 bytes), 07/12/2019 09:07)
    PNP Device ID HID\SAITEKMOUSE\2&FB7B623&0&0000
    ****************************************************************************************
    not sure if this is any help
  • SimonTheBeetle
    2,481 Posts
    Wed, Oct 6 2021 10:01 AM

    For reliable and stable gaming experiences, you'd better go with things with wires. I know it seems like going backward, but it is what it is.

    Same thing with internet connection. Use an ethernet cable rather than Wi-Fi, especially if you're streaming and performing multi-tasks over the internet.

    Good luck.

  • ScottHope
    7,965 Posts
    Wed, Oct 6 2021 10:51 AM

    aoraki:
    not sure if this is any help

    Sadly, no.

    Does it start rubberbanding as soon as you start the game, or do you have to do something first before it goes nuts?

  • aoraki
    9 Posts
    Thu, Oct 14 2021 4:35 AM

    mouse is wired as is internet. fiber link to house so no issues with that

  • aoraki
    9 Posts
    Thu, Oct 14 2021 4:37 AM

    at any time have had it as soon as I log in or putting on the 18th. i have moved the mouse to an older USB port off the main motherboard to see if that helps.

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