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Anker Gaming Mouse Button Problems

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Just recently my mouse has had some irritation issues. The first that I noticed of this was that my mouse had stopped showing any indication of receiving a middle mouse signal, now the three side buttons do not work either, I've already reinstalled the drivers.

Any suggestions as to a fix?

Thanks,


Brett
post #2 of 7
What do you want us to tell you man?

Don't buy cheap crappy mice from unreputable brands? I mean you obviously research the products you buy from looking at your rig...you should do the same for your peripherals!

It sounds like your only options are to try to take it apart and tinker around on the inside, hell what do you have to lose now? Or try contacting the company to see if they will replace it for you. Or throw it in the trash and buy something of quality.
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Actually, Anker is a pretty reputable brand, and its price is pretty much equivalent to a g500. By no means do I mean to sound pissed, but I actually did do a fair amount of research before buying this, I'm just trying to determine hardware or software problem.
post #4 of 7
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Originally Posted by zucciniknife View Post

Actually, Anker is a pretty reputable brand, and its price is pretty much equivalent to a g500. By no means do I mean to sound pissed, but I actually did do a fair amount of research before buying this, I'm just trying to determine hardware or software problem.

It's gotta be hardware man...just for the sake of trying, have you plugged it in to any other computers to see if it works right off the bat?
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post #5 of 7
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Yep, it has been RMA'd, so this thread can be considered closed
post #6 of 7
External ID looks rather poor via pictures.
post #7 of 7
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Sorry, what? That didn't make much sense to me. :-P
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