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A4Tech XL-747H - is my mouse defective

post #1 of 9
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Hi,
I just got this muse A4Tech XL-747H and I hard time to point the cursor to small object I mean it is very fast and sensitive and I dont know is it normal or the mouse has a problem

I tried to lower the dpi to 1200 it help but still the cursor some what like shacking. I use the mouse without a pad is it the problem ? should I get one ?

Also is there any software I can use to test the mouse ?



Thanks
post #2 of 9
Lower the dpi to 800 or 400.

There's the software.
http://www.x7.cn/en/driver.asp?model=XL-747H


I agree with you. 1200 dpi is too fast. I use 800.
post #3 of 9
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thanks alot cROKODILE but you have this model or another ?

this mouse actually does not have a driver it appear as HID compliant mouse in device manager and the driver download file "OscarX7H_V11.07V26.zip" is in fact the Oscar editor (macro button editor)

Do you think I should get a quality pad mouse ? if so which kind soft black or white ?

Thanks
post #4 of 9
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This helped me out alot:

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post #5 of 9
Try to take off that "Enhance pointer precision" and put pointer speed slider to 3 or 4 notches. No, I don't have this mouse at all. :) Just noticed that you can lower the dpi to 800 by pressing the dpi button. Do that. :D
Edited by cROKODILE - 3/2/12 at 5:14am
post #6 of 9
SteelSeries QcK mousepad has good value. I use QcK+ myself which is huge, but I like to rest my arm on it. smile.gif
post #7 of 9
Well, this happened to me as well when I first bought the same mouse. I had no pad back then, but when I got my Goliathus Control Fragged, it seemed to become alright. I've been using this mouse for about a year now without any problems, running at 1200dpi btw.
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post #8 of 9
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@cROKODILE
Thanks I tried without the option on and 3 notches but the mouse become very slow @ 1600 so I increase it to @2000 and the problem return so I think I will continue to use that option without it I feel like trying to point the cursor with living mouse in my hand smile.gif

and Thanks for the pad suggestion I must get a pad mouse.

@strych9
Thanks alot I was waiting for someone has this mouse and I am going to buy a mouse pad soon. btw does your XL-747H has sensitive buttons too ? I occasionally make some accidental clicks
Edited by Welliam - 3/2/12 at 6:08am
post #9 of 9
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@strych9
Thanks alot I was waiting for someone has this mouse and I am going to buy a mouse pad soon. btw does your XL-747H has sensitive buttons too ? I occasionally make some accidental clicks

Umm no, no sensitive buttons. You'll get used to it, don't worry. smile.gif
Edited by strych9 - 3/2/12 at 7:17am
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