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post #451 of 801
Why LGS drivers so crap ?

When I had it installed the mouse moved like crap.

G502 + windows 10

After uninstalling the drivers the mouse move so much.. I gave it a test though it will improve thing because I wanted to try the mouse pad calibration with the Tiger mouse feet. Just don't use the Logitech Drivers. Can't realise how crap it makes the mouse, just unbelievable compare to no drivers. I wanted to stop using my computer or throw the mouse out the window, after uninstalling I became relaxed again and having the fun I had before .. it is so LoL ,,, cause you need those drivers for other crap, and what people will do without the drivers ????
post #452 of 801
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Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

Why LGS drivers so crap ?

When I had it installed the mouse moved like crap.

G502 + windows 10

After uninstalling the drivers the mouse move so much.. I gave it a test though it will improve thing because I wanted to try the mouse pad calibration with the Tiger mouse feet. Just don't use the Logitech Drivers. Can't realise how crap it makes the mouse, just unbelievable compare to no drivers. I wanted to stop using my computer or throw the mouse out the window, after uninstalling I became relaxed again and having the fun I had before .. it is so LoL ,,, cause you need those drivers for other crap, and what people will do without the drivers ????

I can't say that I noticed Logitech's drivers changing the tracking at all but their recent mice save everything to the on-board memory so this isn't really a problem. Just install the drivers once to configure everything and get rid of them if you feel something strange with them installed.
post #453 of 801
Secure boot seems to be disabled. I booted up again and Windows was activated and then it decided it wasn't after about 2 minutes. Help me fam!

Edit: It says in msinfo32 that;

BIOS Mode: Legacy

Secure Boot State: Unsupported (because legacy maybe?)
Edited by m0uz - 10/6/16 at 10:39am
post #454 of 801
There should be something that looks like a link on a web-page that you can click. It will open a window with instructions to follow.

In the past that involved calling a phone number where a machine will respond. You were shown codes on the PC's screen that you were supposed to type into the phone's number pad, and the machine on the other end then told you a code that you'd type at the PC and it would activate. I don't know if that's how things still work with Windows 10.
Edited by deepor - 10/6/16 at 10:39am
post #455 of 801
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

Secure boot seems to be disabled. I booted up again and Windows was activated and then it decided it wasn't after about 2 minutes. Help me fam!

Edit: It says in msinfo32 that;

BIOS Mode: Legacy

Secure Boot State: Unsupported (because legacy maybe?)

Pretty sure something you changed in BIOS has just made Windows believe you are now running it on new hardware. Should be no big deal to re-activate with "new" hardware if it's a legit Win 10 copy.
post #456 of 801
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

Pretty sure something you changed in BIOS has just made Windows believe you are now running it on new hardware. Should be no big deal to re-activate with "new" hardware if it's a legit Win 10 copy.

It is legit but it's a "free update" version of 10 rather than a key

Also, I've tried resetting the bios to defaults and it still says Secure Boot state is disabled

Edit: Needed to enable "Windows 8" mode to get the option of turning on or off Secure Boot. It still doesn't work with 10 and I'm still not activated thinking.gif
Edited by m0uz - 10/6/16 at 11:21am
post #457 of 801
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

It is legit but it's a "free update" version of 10 rather than a key

Also, I've tried resetting the bios to defaults and it still says Secure Boot state is disabled

Shortly before the free upgrade offer ran out, I installed a Windows 10 on an empty machine that had never gone through the upgrade normally. I could activate it after the installation by typing in a Windows 8 key through that "change product key" button in the "System" window. Perhaps that still works? You could try typing in your 7 or 8 key in there and see if something happens.
post #458 of 801
Apparently I have 22 registry issues under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SharedDLLs\C:\Windows\system32

I'll just reinstall the bloody OS!
post #459 of 801
What told you you have registry issues?
post #460 of 801
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

What told you you have registry issues?

Piece of software. Can't remember what it was called. It was legit but it might have been a false positive. I've reinstalled but the issue still persists.
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