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post #61 of 67
I suddenly started to have a problem for some reason, nothing changed except mouse feet and a new same mouse pad.

the mouse feel erratic when starting and stopping

I don't know what happened, it felt like it started or just really felt couple days ago when I played LoL, it was so hard to control. I have HPET disabled, I tried enabled, when the mouse worked fine that I felt different between them, now it just feel crap with both.


I'm using 1150 DPI

It's so hard to move slow , cause it doesn't register the slow move till you need to move a lot. fast is good, but slow is impossible.

G502.csv 29k .csv file

So I thought it might be dust, so I blow on the sensor and it cursor didn't move. I took a some cloth fabric and clean it and it worked again but with this issue. I dunno what to do
Edited by x7007 - 1/6/15 at 3:07am
post #62 of 67
I guess you moved it rather slow, because it only shows 1 or 2 counts each report.

Try other surfaces to rule out the mouse pad for sure. Next maybe surface tuning.
Otherwise I have no idea, another profile, another usb port ...
post #63 of 67
Thanks for this nice piece of software.

Is it me or is it almost physically impossible to move faster than 1 metrer per second?

post #64 of 67
Either you or your mouse. I can hit 4 to 6 m/s no problem if i try.
post #65 of 67
is there an app to test all buttons on mice?
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post #66 of 67
With X Mouse Button Control you could see activation of mouse button 1-5.
post #67 of 67
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With X Mouse Button Control you could see activation of mouse button 1-5.

thanks i'll check it out. thumb.gif
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