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post #11 of 15
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been having the same problem twice with my Xai.
the first time it was like after a year, it started to show the same problem, but i kept using it until my Xai finally stopped working, RMA'd just in time, then after a few months it happened again, and i stop using it immediately. Some say it's a problem caused by Xai's cable, and it can be fix as long as you don't get the internals burned, unfortunately, i don't know how to fix it, a guy who offers a service to fix my Xai won't tell me how.

I'll get back tou you guys when i have my Xai fixed. and fyi, my USB ports are still working great, even after 2 Xai's have this problem.
*pardon my english*
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by toadwart View Post

pretty sure you can contact logitech and tell them your xai stopped working. from what i've read, they'll ask for pics of the xai's serial number and then they'll most likely send you a sensei.

Call Logitech to tell them your SteelSeries Xai is broken? rolleyes.gif
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post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by dmasteR View Post

Call Logitech to tell them your SteelSeries Xai is broken? rolleyes.gif

Free G400?
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Okay our support is awesome but we're not going to replace a competitor's product.

So there's still room for improvement wink.gif .
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Tried disabling that? ^^
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