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so you had this glitch simultaneously on two computers?
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post #72 of 75
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Originally Posted by iCrap View Post
Leave it to Razer and their horrible software -_-

What happened to the other computer though?
where did you get the driver from? Some time ago razer servers had malware on it where the people downloaded the drivers downloaded malware. They were quick to take the drivers of but still.
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where did you get the driver from? Some time ago razer servers had malware on it where the people downloaded the drivers downloaded malware. They were quick to take the drivers of but still.
I download the updated version when I installed Windows.
And I think I accidentally triggered macro recording using a key combination
post #74 of 75
Oh. So recently. Ok. But in overclocker magazine issue 7 about the razor thing was in there. That's where I heard of it. So it was some time ago. Then there was the razer and logitech mouse messing with the dx bandwidth which causes almost like bottleneck effects when playing games etc. But that was also some time ago. So lil mouse drivers can do a lot of things and a person will suspect it last lol
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Leave it to Razer and their horrible software -_-

What happened to the other computer though?
I don't know, looks like it's fine, it just had a case of minor adware.
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