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Hi,

I use Logitech MX518, 400 dpi, 6/11 Windows, cplmousefixn, 500hz, acceleration turned off in windows. For example i reformat my PC i install all the programs and my sensitivity is fine then if i install another program, doesn't matter which programm it is it just changes.

I install windows then play the game(CSS), aftewards i install mumble or use ventrilo and my sensitivity just changes.

I really don't know what to do, i bought a new PC, only kept my old HDD and
GFX card, i've reformatted loads of times with different OS but it didn't help me anything. Today i've tried putting a different GFX card in and reformatting freshly but it didn't help anything.

Thanks
post #2 of 7
Your mouse sensitivity is going to change when you reinstall windows becuase the settings are stored in windows. You would have to buy a mouse like one of the razer ones that has onboard memory to store your settings. My mouse is a razer mamba, it has the same settings no matter what computer i plug it in to.


Your video card would have zero effect on your mouse settings.
post #3 of 7
He's saying that whenever he uses ventrillo or mumble while he plays cs he gets random accel. If he doesnt use those programs while he plays he's fine.
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Have you disabled OS implementation in the Setpoint software? I forget exactly what it's called in the "main" setpoint software as I'm using one that's used for the G700 (at least it's different than the Setpoint I used for the G5).

In mine it's called "Use OS native drivers for pointer speed and acceleration". I vaguely remember there being a checkbox somewhere in the old Setpoint that said something like "OS implementation" near the pointer speed/acceleration settings.
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Have you disabled OS implementation in the Setpoint software? I forget exactly what it's called in the "main" setpoint software as I'm using one that's used for the G700 (at least it's different than the Setpoint I used for the G5).

In mine it's called "Use OS native drivers for pointer speed and acceleration". I vaguely remember there being a checkbox somewhere in the old Setpoint that said something like "OS implementation" near the pointer speed/acceleration settings.
I have never used any mouse drivers programs for MX518 and i will never use it and no1 rly does . But thanks for the tipp i'll actually try it out.
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I have never used any mouse drivers programs for MX518 and i will never use it and no1 rly does . But thanks for the tipp i'll actually try it out.
You need the Setpoint software to have accurate usage of your mouse, otherwise it just goes by whatever your OS/programs tell it to do.

Otherwise how do you setup the different buttons to do different things in different programs?
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1. Uninstall all your mouse drivers. You don't need them!

2. CPL Mousefix is old and doesn't really work. Instead, use The MarkC Windows 7 Mouse Acceleration fix

http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.com/...ation-fix.html
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