I have a verbatim rapier v2 mouse.We can configurate the buttons in gaming mode for different functions to use in games, and while i was playing a game i pressed the button that changes between standard mode and gaming mode, and the button never worked again.. i know that the mouse has an inside memory for configurations, and i wonder if clear or reset it wouldn't solve the problem.. i'm looking forward to an answer.
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Funny story: Follow these instructions and your Continue button will work perfectly. I'm on my third career without one problem on Windows 8.1 Pro 64 bit.
1) Open your Device Manager and highlight the Mice and other pointing devices section.
2) Start NFS Pro Street (it will not start with mouse disabled) and get to the Main Menu.
3) Alt+Tab over to the Device Manager and use your mouse to disable the mice listed under Mice and other pointing devices.
4) As soon as your mouse stops working, immediately Alt+Tab over to Need for Speed and play away. Your continue button will work flawlessly.
5) When you're done playing Alt+Tab back over to the Device Manager and your cursor will still be on the mouse option that disabled it.
6) Hit Enter to bring up the Properties window, hit Tab once to move it to the Enable Device button, then hit the space bar three times. Your mouse is back on.
7) Close the game with your mouse (just out of spite) and remember these few easy steps.
*Unplugging the mouse does not work, sadly.
Evidently there is some problem with the mouse on your desktop stealing focus in Windows 8, I noticed it when I had a mouse cursor in the game on my main screen and saw my desktop mouse cursor moving around on my second monitor at the same time. The two are out of sync somehow and it nerfs the works. This is working for me with Autosave on and off, cracked and non-cracked .EXE, with and without cheat codes, no Gameboost or whatever it is. I did it with both a Logitech gamepad and a Logitech steering wheel and pedals, it's all a matter of having the pad and buttons assigned the right way. After doing this twice, it takes less than fifteen seconds total to do and I get to play one of my fave racing games without worry.
Oh, as a sidenote, those of you having the login problems who bought the game cheap from Origin and downloaded it, I suggest a disc copy. I paid very little for mine and I don't have to log in to a thing. I can cancel the "Connecting to EA" message as soon as it pops without issue. Enjoy boys and girls!
With the remote in TV mode, the input button on the remote should change the source (TV, AV1, etc. depending on the TV).
If the input button doesn't work, try a different code for your TV manufacturer. A code that controls the basic functions of the remote may not control the full set of functions of the TV. For some TVs, you can change the source from within the Menu. (It depends on the TV. I didn't notice if there was a Menu button that will open the TV menu on the RCA RCU600M.)
If none of the codes work, check if your TV has a Source or Input button on the unit. See if that button works.
If you have a different remote, please indicate the model.
There is no button to turn off or to disable the mouse function.. But you can set or disable your mouse by configuring to your Device Manager. But take not, before you disable your mouse, you should know how to use shortcut keys and use only keyboard to navigate your files..
Whatever you want them to do. You program them.
Sometimes they are set to go forward and back in your browser by default.
I use mine mainly in games, i set them to reload/change weapons in shooter games.
Did it not come with a driver disk, OR a link to the website t download them
Using Logitech's mouse and keyboard
software called SetPoint, you can configure and customize your devices
to perform specific tasks with a simple keystroke. Depending on the
available features of your device, Some examples of SetPoint
customization options are:
Configure specific button behavior
Configure button functionality in specific applications
Customize scroll wheel options
Adjust pointer options
Assign preset keys to perform specific tasks
Assign F keys to perform a specific task
HERE is a link to the SetPoint software. Remember to select the correct Operating System
Try to re-sync the keyboard to the computer. Here’s the procedure: 1)Turn the computer on. 2)Turn on the keyboard 3)Press the sync button on the rear of your computer’s left speaker. 4)Press the sync button on the keyboard. ( I believe it’s on the bottom of keyboard) The sync button has a symbol next to it, (2 arrows going in clockwise direction). Ensure that the keyboard battery has not run low. If that doesn’t work, look for a Bluetooth icon in the lower right hand corner of your desktop and double click on it to open the Bluetooth configuration utility. See if there’s a configuration file for the keyboard. If there is, delete it and then re-detect Bluetooth devices. Hope this helps.
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Try setting the buttons to "generic" in SetPoint and then assign fuctions via the game options.
From Logitech Knowledge Base: The information in this article applies to the following products:
All Logitech Mice
Logitech SetPoint Cause:
Most games that support a mouse will give you options to program
or assign specific functions to various buttons on the mouse. These
games normally look for generic mouse buttons when attempting to bind
the mouse buttons to a game function. If the button is set to another
function in SetPoint (such as Universal Scroll, Back, Forward, etc), the game may not see the mouse button as available to bind. This mainly affects buttons 3, 4, and 5. Solution:
To resolve this issue, set the button you wish to
program to a generic value in SetPoint. The following values should be
used if you are having problems binding buttons in games. Mouse Button 3 (The Middle Button/Scroll Wheel):
In SetPoint, assign this button as Middle Button or Generic Button.
Note for MX Revolution users: You must disable Logitech Smart Shift Technology or the Middle Button option will not be available in SetPoint. Mouse Buttons 4 and 5 (Normally the thumb buttons):
In SetPoint, assign the thumb button(s) as Generic Button. Note that these buttons will still work in most browsers for forward and back. It is not necessary to assign these buttons to Forward and Back in SetPoint for this functionality.