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post #1 of 5
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Hello forum I am having problems with my Deathadder. I took a screen shot of my problem, as you can see it has some acceleration problem. I have the problem on and off. Any ideas?
Note: I have the windows 7 mouse fix and my windows setting is set on 6 with enhance mouse precision off.
post #2 of 5
Are you hitting the edge of the screen while testing?


Btw, you don't technically need a mouse fix if you don't play older titles that trigger the EPP curve. Best examples being Quake 1/2, CS1.6, older UT.

Simply ticking off enhance pointer precision will suffice.
post #3 of 5
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

Are you hitting the edge of the screen while testing?


Btw, you don't technically need a mouse fix if you don't play older titles that trigger the EPP curve. Best examples being Quake 1/2, CS1.6, older UT.

Simply ticking off enhance pointer precision will suffice.
Thanks for reply. I am not hitting the edge of the screen. I did the test moving in circles in the middle of the screen. Should I revert my mouse back to stock registry file?
post #4 of 5
EP is basically build-in accelration, not 1:1 feeling. your mouse-movements will be exaggerated ingame: faster than you really meant it to be.

As for CS1.6 (not sure about quake's) you can basically -noforcemaccel it. (cpl fix or markc are useless)
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Originally Posted by avinin1 View Post

EP is basically build-in accelration, not 1:1 feeling. your mouse-movements will be exaggerated ingame: faster than you really meant it to be.

As for CS1.6 (not sure about quake's) you can basically -noforcemaccel it. (cpl fix or markc are useless)
Ah, thanks for the input guys.thumb.gif
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