Logitech Mouseware and speed of mouse pointer moving...

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by seba79, Aug 26, 2002.

  1. seba79

    seba79 Guest

    I using mouseware 9.x in winxp (with various logitech mices), when I start any game (warcraft3, gta etc.) and close game (exit to windows) my mouse pointer is moving slower than before I have started the game, why ?
    with standard winxp mouse driver all is OK....
     
  2. Howling Wolf

    Howling Wolf We did not deserve this !

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    I recently discovered that mouse option in XP are quite the same as Logitech offers (speed, auto positioning of the cursor, and such).
    In the end, I don't use Logitech's drivers anymore with my Cordless Wheel Mouse from Logiteh.
    Do you really need extra options from Logitech ?
     
  3. seba79

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    How do you add functions for extra buttons ?
     
  4. Howling Wolf

    Howling Wolf We did not deserve this !

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    Extra buttons ? The wheel you mean, acting as a 3rd button ?
    Logitech's extra functions miss me a little, but I wonder if I really need them...
    What version of mouseware are you using ? I think new ones have just been released. Try them !
     
  5. seba79

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    4th button ? with winxp standard drivers is dead...
     
  6. Howling Wolf

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    Only one choice remains, try updating to the newest Logitech's drivers, or contact them and tell afterwards.
     
  7. natasrof1

    natasrof1 Guest

    Logitech mouse drivers

    I've got a Logitech mouseman optical and I noticed that when I used the scroll wheel as a scroll wheel the pages would scroll extremely slow and my cpu usage would go up to 100% (Athlon-XP 1600+). I tried all the Logitech drivers I had in my inventory and nothing fixed the problem. I finally said screw it and did a format of XP pro and installed everything one at a time until the problem appeared again. It appeared after I installed invidia drivers for my TNT2 64 (Dont laugh, I know.) All versions of invidia drivers caused this problem. I just rolled my driver back to windows and it works fine. I don't do any gaming so I don't miss the benefits of the correct drivers, maybe this is your problem.