Originally Posted by ralloff
It's worth noting that I actually had two separate dpi bugs coming out of sleep. I think I remember there being a third, but I can't remember what it was, so whatever; two.
The first one was the rubber-banding dpi, where it just fluctuates back and forth between high and low dpi very quickly, often within the same mouse movement.
The second one was where it was stuck on the 'red' setting, but was not 400 dpi. If I remember correctly it was also fluctuating between two high dpi steps, but much less frequently than in the first issue. This could be the third issue I'm thinking of. Attempting to cycle the dpi steps did not resolve the issue, but unplugging/re-plugging the mouse did.
Just in case it wasn't obvious, this is with the beta firmware that was posted here, which I installed as soon as I plugged the mouse in for the first time.
It might also be worth noting that I have the sweetlow USB drivers installed for my WMO, and the last time I patched windows 7 was probably summer/fall of 2015. Dunno if that would affect anything at all, but I figured i'd toss it out there.
I was for the first time able to replicate the first DPI issue today. I've been on the new firmware for weeks. It happened after my PC rebooted a couple times due to brown outs from the hurricane. I left it off for a couple hours and when I turned it back on the DPI was fluctuating between what felt like 400 and my default of 1200. Unplugging and replugging fixed it, and I have since flashed back to factory firmware.
I normally do not sleep, reboot, or shutdown my PC for weeks at a time.Edited by Demi9OD - 10/8/16 at 4:11pm