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post #81 of 155
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I feel very fortunate, my unit updated firmware and saved settings without a hitch, and the scroll is nice and sturdy too.
post #82 of 155
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I think the only way to save it is by using qsxcv's teensy method. Mine wouldn't even power on after I fed it the firmware.
not really saving it when it costs as much as buying a new one
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I'm aware of cost of the teensy board, so that's rather not an option. However I talk to my friend, that works with some electronic devices, that can program eeprom memory from scratch or debug microcontrollers. Neither Me or Him are not convinced if it's even possible to revive this mouse, but we'll give it a try, just out of curiosity. If nothing's gonna work, oh well, I'll just take omron switches and scroll encoder from it and the cable, may come in handy if any of the other mices that I've got will break.
post #84 of 155
Just bought this mouse for test and review. Anything that should be done out of the box? I've read some things like don't update the firmware. Was wondering if there was anything else?

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Just bought this mouse for test and review. Anything that should be done out of the box? I've read some things like don't update the firmware. Was wondering if there was anything else?

Thanks!

It's quite fine out of the box, won't even have to install the software (though the mouse can save settings in memory). You can remove the metal weight if you want.
post #86 of 155
I'm also thinking about buying it.

Can we use the software without upgrading FW?
post #87 of 155
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I'm also thinking about buying it.

Can we use the software without upgrading FW?

Yes
post #88 of 155
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I'm also thinking about buying it.

Can we use the software without upgrading FW?

you will want to upgrade the firmware, the default LOD is terrible and I'm not one who typically complains about high LOD.
post #89 of 155
But why did some people brick theirs on upgrading the firmware? This shouldn't happen normally.
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post #90 of 155
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In my opinion, the apparent smoothing isn't the harmful type. It's very very light, it's a good 3090 implementation. I think qsxcv confirms this in previous posts.
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