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Originally Posted by Skull3h View Post

This is not the mouse software this is a known windows problem that occurs on multiple programs (do a google search on kernel.dll)
one thing to try would be

Log in as a different User. rename the problem profile. Log in as the original user again. A new profile will get created. If the crash is gone, copy your over your user data from the corrupted one.
If it does not solve the issue. Repeat steps with default folder too. This is the template profile, when creating new profiles.

A new profile may or may not fix your issue but it is a windows problem rather than the mouse software.
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Originally Posted by DrClaw View Post

i tried rename in different user,
i couldnt tell what was the profile so i deleted eveyrthing in there and downloaded a profile that is for cs5 off of cyborg gaming.com
anyway i renamed that one and logged off, logged in to my main account and it still didnt work
tried uninstall again and reinstall
did the same thing with other profile and it didnt work either
Wait - it might be just bad written - but what Skull3h means is rename the windows user profile (C:\Users\*****) . And your post seems to be about the cyborg profiles (C:\Users\Public\Documents\SmartTechnology Profiles).
post #2892 of 3831
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Originally Posted by nwstud31 View Post

I got the M.M.O. 7 off of newegg a couple weeks ago after they dropped the price by $50. I've been in the market for a new mouse for about 2 months now and the ones I've taken for a test drive are the Logitech G600 & G700, Corsair M95, Genius Gila, and this one. I really wanted to love this mouse but I ended up having to return it. The mouse is just too damn wide and uncomfortable to hold in the hand for extended period of time. It's probably the size of my hand which is medium sized and this mouse seems built for people with larger hands. I've used the Logitech G5 for the past 6 years so I've grown accustomed to the shape and feel of that mouse, so of course anything new is going to be a dramatic change. I'm a flat-finger gripper and this mouse does not work for that type of grip. No matter what I did or how much I customized it, I could never get a good grip on the mouse. I thought I found a position that was somewhat comfortable and spent a few hours gaming with it and ended up with my hand cramping.

I loved the build quality of this mouse, the feel of it, the button lay-out, the customization options and the software.....it was all great. I didn't get to mess around with the ActionLock feature because I don't play FPS games but I did love the thumb d-pad/aim button. I wish more mice had a thumb button like that! I would say if you're a palm gripper or have relatively large hands then you should get this mouse. For me, If it had been about a 1/2" to 1" narrower, I would have kept it but as it stands, my search continues.


It's all about the person. Some mice just don't work for some people. I actually sold my rat, as it got too small. ;)

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post #2893 of 3831
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Originally Posted by nvidiaftw12 View Post


It's all about the person. Some mice just don't work for some people. I actually sold my rat, as it got too small. wink.gif

Oh, I think the mouse is definitely small too...in terms of the length and height anyways. Just wish it wasn't as wide. And I agree with you, everyone is different and to each their own.
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Originally Posted by diNovoM View Post


Wait - it might be just bad written - but what Skull3h means is rename the windows user profile (C:\Users\*****) . And your post seems to be about the cyborg profiles (C:\Users\Public\Documents\SmartTechnology Profiles).

If he's not willing to reboot his PC, personally I don't really see the point in trying to help him. The number one step when troubleshooting a driver hiccup like this, especially after a fresh driver install, is to reboot the PC. It's a simple step that could correct the problem. There's no guarantee, but there's no point doing an excessive amount of troubleshooting when it's possible a simple reboot could fix the issue.

Why would anyone have so much unsaved work on their computer? It should be constantly saved as it is being worked on so that a power dip or spike, brownout or complete failure, will not result in the loss of important work.

There's nothing you can do on a computer that can't be saved for resumption after a reboot.

How would it feel to do hours of trying to correct an issue just to discover after rebooting the problem is solved? You know what they say about businesses? "Location, location, location", well with computers it's "Reboot, reboot, reboot".
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post #2895 of 3831
True, it often helps. And depending on the rest of the hardware (fast proc, mainboard and ssd) a restart today normally doesn't take longer than 30 sec. But we don't know what he is running, maybe a slow pc (while the screen doesn't seem to have a web-server running nor any other software that really needs to be run without break). And restarting isn't direct find-out and addressing of problems, you know that ms joke?
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There were three engineers in a car; an electrical engineer, a chemical engineer, and a Microsoft engineer.
Suddenly, the car stops running and they pull off to the side of the road wondering what could be wrong.
The electrical engineer suggests stripping down the electronics of the car and trying to trace where a fault may have occurred.
The chemical engineer, not knowing much about cars, suggests maybe the fuel is becoming emulsified and getting blocked somewhere.
The Microsoft engineer, not knowing much about anything, came up with a suggestion. "Why don't we close all the windows, get out, get back in, and open all the windows and see if it works?"

Yet i am even not sure if "i just cant afford to reboot it at this point" really ment not beeing able to reboot the pc (but format/reinstall windows). Also "thanks i tried renaming it, not working" could have ment that he really tried renaming the windows use profile. That's the reason why i asked in first place.

Btw. on that device management error, i guess best bet would be a look into event viewer - admin messages.
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

If he's not willing to reboot his PC, personally I don't really see the point in trying to help him. The number one step when troubleshooting a driver hiccup like this, especially after a fresh driver install, is to reboot the PC. It's a simple step that could correct the problem. There's no guarantee, but there's no point doing an excessive amount of troubleshooting when it's possible a simple reboot could fix the issue.

Why would anyone have so much unsaved work on their computer? It should be constantly saved as it is being worked on so that a power dip or spike, brownout or complete failure, will not result in the loss of important work.

There's nothing you can do on a computer that can't be saved for resumption after a reboot.

How would it feel to do hours of trying to correct an issue just to discover after rebooting the problem is solved? You know what they say about businesses? "Location, location, location", well with computers it's "Reboot, reboot, reboot".
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Originally Posted by diNovoM View Post



@ Mergatroid
im not willing to do a reboot at this point because i have ssds and ive already rebooted them for driver issues in the past
twice so far and its not healthy to do so with SSDs.



Wait - it might be just bad written - but what Skull3h means is rename the windows user profile (C:\Users\*****) . And your post seems to be about the cyborg profiles (C:\Users\Public\Documents\SmartTechnology Profiles).

i tried, doesnt let me rename the user folder because its got a lock on it so to speak, on the folder itself,
cant be renamed
i am administrator on there though so im not sure


i have a good pc though, its i7 3770k 8 gb ram and some ssds thats it
so i dont see why its not working now ;[
i havent used the editor in months so who knows
heck i even used a g500 for install the first time and got rid of that and used the rat 7 and the editor worked at the time

i never felt i had to use the editor until now, playing some fps games i noticed my mouse tend to jump, thought maybe it was the wire, read soemwhere to turn off precision something in the editor and now the profile editor doesnt work....



edit*
well i checked the event viewer and found this

Faulting application name: SmartTechnology.exe, version: 7.0.27.13, time stamp: 0x516d7da1
Faulting module name: KERNELBASE.dll, version: 6.1.7601.18015, time stamp: 0x50b8479b
Exception code: 0xe0434f4d
Fault offset: 0x0000000000009e5d
Faulting process id: 0x%9
Faulting application start time: 0x%10
Faulting application path: %11
Faulting module path: %12
Report Id: %13

if that means anything, i know you asked about it, figured id post the error then

now i just want to say, this mouse has been great, despite the microsoft jargon i have to deal with
all that bothered me was the mouse skip during fps gaming, i looked into that and well, supposedly that can be fixed by turning an option thats ticked off in the editor, i cant remember what that is now, since ive been chasing for a solution to let me use the editor

other than that, it is a fine piece of ergonomics

and i aint gonna reboot my pc since ive done that twice with my ssds, not a good idea mad.gif
Edited by DrClaw - 6/1/13 at 5:32pm
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Okay, on renaming, did you search a bit? Easily found http://windowsxp.mvps.org/userpath.htm resp. http://www.fixya.com/support/r463850-rename_or_move_user_profile_folder to verifiy it's for Vista/7 too. You could also use a live-boot-system.

Anyway you also said "i tried rename in different user" doesn't that already mean you used/created another user profile? And the problems still exist there? Then it might be default profile.

Also did you check event viewer? if unsure what it is/how to start/use google like "start/use windows (*you version name here*) event viewer" Anything else beside that ddl SmartTechnology.exe/ KERNELBASE.dll error?

Btw. what the hell .... restarting is bad for ssds? because? The only thing hurting ssds is writing. But todays ssds use wear leaving so they live several years depending how you use them. Anyway. Just deactivate hybrid mode, set swap file on ssd to 16MB, create some ramdisk for a larger/usual swap file and the amount of data you write on an ssd during restart is less than using windows half an hour.
Edited by diNovoM - 6/1/13 at 5:47pm
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[quote and i aint gonna reboot my pc since ive done that twice with my ssds, not a good idea mad.gif[/quote]

Rebooted my new pc more than that the first day I had it (it has 2 ssds and thats it) , unfortunately unless you reboot you will have these errors as windows needs to reboot to make the drivers work it also needs to reboot for security updates etc....
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Oh S**t ...ryt nw i am feeling like i have been living under a rock...i bought R.A.T 9 about 1.5 years back,,and i have been searching for a R.A.T. 9 community ever since and i never realized there was one ryt here..
Anyways... hello guyz... thumb.gif
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