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post #11 of 16
sounds like you're losing contact in the mouse..... bad connection and/or failing power input. RMA time!
post #12 of 16
Same exact "connectivity" issue with my DeathAdder (non-3.5g). Works great with 3.x drivers, but if I install the Synapse drivers, the lights flicker and the cursor jumps. Very annoying.

I agree with the previous poster, it can't be a loose cable since Windows drivers and the Razer 3.05 (and 3.02) drivers work just fine. ONLY occurs if I install the Synapse drivers (latest one's as of yesterday, July 10th).

Any solutions or workarounds?
post #13 of 16
Emailed Razer support, got this back from them:


- Uninstall Synapse 2.0
- Reboot
- Uninstall .Net Framework 4
- Reboot
- Run Microsoft Updates and apply all available updates for your operating
system, rebooting when prompted (This may take some time)
- Install .Net Framework 4 -Standalone from the following links
(http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=17718)
- Reboot
- Reinstall Synapse 2.0
- Reconnect


I'm having this issue on a totally clean Windows 7 install (1 day old), I should've installed Synapse before the wipe to see if it occurred then, but too late now. This problem is really widespread from what I can tell from Google-ing, so I doubt reinstalling .Net 4 and keeping your PC updated is going to fix it. I'm surprised Razer hasn't acknowledged this issue yet or even fixed it in a new Synapse release.
post #14 of 16
Try this works for me with a lot of driver install or other usb problems

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html

I could not let it work Razer Deathadder synapse 2.0 remove everything run program and "uninstall" all usb devices it not remove driver but i think the usb HID
from a brand. I test lot of mices plug in plug out sometimes i have over 40 disconnected devices that are still on the pc . get alot of driver problem this works for me.
post #15 of 16
Yeah good Idea.

Your method doesn't even need a program, you just change that registry key and can view those disconnected devices directly in the device manager

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/241257
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selfbuilt water cooling Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit SP1 LG 34UM65 34" 21:9 IPS Filco Majestouch linearR MX-Red tenkeyless mech... 
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post #16 of 16
Yes i know but easier to do this tool at least for me. I just have it on my backup HD and run it once a while smile.gif
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