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post #711 of 908
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Issue was resolved...

Sorry for any trouble. Our US team didnt have the full procedure for RMA with added possibility for new firmware. I hope everything is ok now. Please PM if you need anything else. We always want to stand behind our products.
post #712 of 908
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Originally Posted by mikesn View Post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1597441/digitally-signed-sweetlow-1000hz-mouse-driver

FYI you should be able to play on ESEA now that the sweetlow drivers are digitally signed. I.e. test mode is no longer required.

****! i cannot believe i didn't know this existed!

How do i cancel my order?
@dreammachines
Edited by PjMpire - 5/24/16 at 10:17am
post #713 of 908
can some one explain what are digitally signed 1000 hz drivers pls.
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post #715 of 908
So neat little thing that I haven't seen posted yet, my DM1 Pro started changing through different colors when left alone. Not sure if this is a thing but I saw it do it! Neat! I usually have it at 400dpi
post #716 of 908
I noticed the DM1 is off of amazon after their stock ran out. Were there plans to restock and continue selling there?
post #717 of 908
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I noticed the DM1 is off of amazon after their stock ran out. Were there plans to restock and continue selling there?
yes, should be available on amazon within the next few days.
post #718 of 908
So I have had this mouse for a week now. A few things stand out. First thing is that the mousewheel is insanely bad and has been since the second I opened the box. I don't know if my mouse is broken, but when I scroll it'll sometimes get very loose to the point where moving the mouse results and a very loud rattle and it's physically noticeable as the whole mouse feels shaky. I will then have to press down the mousewheel hard and scroll in order to kind of "put it into place". Then after scrolling 2 minutes it happens again. Second thing is the clicks. If I haven't clicked either buttons for a few minutes it sounds like there's a double click (it isn't, but it sounds like it). Is this normal or is my mouse broken? My package was pretty damaged so I have a strong suspicion that might be it although I can't see any visibile damage on the mouse itself.
Edited by Schytte - 5/30/16 at 8:01am
post #719 of 908
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So I have had this mouse for a week now. A few things stand out. First thing is that the mousewheel is insanely bad and has been since the second I opened the box. I don't know if my mouse is broken, but when I scroll it'll sometimes get very loose to the point where moving the mouse results and a very loud rattle and it's physically noticeable as the whole mouse feels shaky. I will then have to press down the mousewheel hard and scroll in order to kind of "put it into place". Then after scrolling 2 minutes it happens again. Second thing is the clicks. If I haven't clicked either buttons for a few minutes it sounds like there's a double click (it isn't, but it sounds like it). Is this normal or is my mouse broken? My package was pretty damaged so I have a strong suspicion that might be it although I can't see any visibile damage on the mouse itself.

oh man! sorry to hear that. if your package was damaged though theres a good chance the mouse was also pretty damaged. Using mine, it doesn't do ANY of that. You will have to RMA. RMA is pretty simple and they offer great communication, I know from experience I had to send mine back and they offered to test the mouse by opening it and make sure everything is running great. Think you could upload a video?
post #720 of 908
So I got this mouse hoping this would something to replace my EC2-A which fell apart (again). I've had more BenQ/Zowie mice break on me than any Razer or Mionix product (which means it's no surprise my daily drivers are the DA:Chroma and Castor -- depending on the game). The DM1 is okay, it's light, but there are no comfort grooves on M1 and M2 meaning it's sloped like the Zowie FK buttons. Almost every gaming mouse I've owned had some subtle comfort groove on the main buttons. I dunno if it's the build or maybe there's some click delay that I don't know of, but I was losing a lot more face to face twitch quick draw confrontations than I normally did with the EC2-A or Castor (which actually has the worst button latency of all the mice I own). Well, I will say that Dream Machines released a better product than the Fnatic Flick did with their G1 (the sensor jitter and LOD issues for that mouse are real).
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