Question about Logitech Inc MX610 Laser Cordless Mouse DH931350

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MX610-wheel not scrolling upward well/erratic. Seeking exploded diagram, or best way to disassemble for cleaning. I am an advanced/experienced electrical repair tech. I was able to pull a gob of crud from one side of the wheel, but this did not resolve my issues. I figure there is internal cleaning needed. I cannot replace this mouse because I cannot seem to find it. My Revolution mouse scroll wheel sucks for 3DS Max use. I need the 610 for its 3rd button decent clickability and scrollability. Thanks!

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  • Joseph Petric
    Joseph Petric Mar 05, 2009

    Another worthless function from Microsoft.

    That was something I didn't even think to check out (I'm a SysAdmin) :) My Logitech "setpoint" drivers and software are up to date.

    Thanks for trying! It is appreciated. though it didn't do much. The issue is more like slippage. I'm probably doomed to replace this mouse with something else.

    I really like it for work in 3DS Max and AutoCad. The the brick (VX Revolution) as I call it doesn't quite cut it due to the functionality of the wheel. Its designed to enter a free scroll function when pressed, so the 3rd button usage is very erratic on that mouse, besides the fact that it weighs a ton.. :)

    Again, Thanks for trying. :)

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Had the same problem with mine (Microsoft 5000 (1058)) Turned out to be dust on the laser port on the bottom. Brushed it off and it works fine. Good luck!

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GO TO CONTROL PANEL AND OPEN THE MOUSE SECTION, VISTA HAS A DOUBLE CLICK SPEED, AND MAYBE TRYING A DIFFERENT TYPE OF POINTER, NOT A SOLID POINTER BUT CROSSHAIRS,POINTER OPTIONS, WHEEL, MOVE THE WHEELS TO 100 VERICAL AND HORIZONTAL. GO TO HARDWARE, AND TO PROPERTIES AND CHECK FOR UPDATED DRIVERS.

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EVERY IMPORTANT

SEE IF YOU ARE NOT HAVING ANY INTERMITTING GLITCH WITH IRQ AND DMA CONFLICKS WITH THE SOFTWARE OR HARDWARE IN THE SYSTEM.

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GO INTO PROBLEM AND REPORTS
AND OR
SYNC IF IT IS CONSIDERD A PLUG AND PLAY DEVICE.

MAKE SURE THE FIREWALL OR ANY OTHER ANTI VIRUS PROGRAM IS NOT INTERFERING WITH THE MOUSE APPLICATIONS AND OPERATIONS.

THE 3D PROBLEM MAYBE IN THE SETTING OF THE 3D IN THE DRIVERS OF THE OPERATION OF THE VIDEO CARD DRIVERS
HOW TO GET THERE:

OPEN PERSONALIZATION FOLDER IN THE CONTROL PANEL
GO TO DISPLAY SETTINGS OPEN FOLDER
OPEN ADVANCE SETTINGS, INSIDE HERE YOU WILL FIND THE FOLLOWING FOLDERS:
ADAPTER,
MONITOR,
TROUBLESHOOTING,
COLOR MANAGEMENT,
CATALST [TM] CONTROL CENTER, OPEN IT,
OPEN CATALYST CONTROL CENTER AGAIN,
INSIDE HERE YOU FIND THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS:
INFORMATION ON SFTWARE & HRDWARE
DISPLAY MANAGER
DISPLAY OPTIONS
MONITOR PROPERTIES
3D SETTINGS (OPEN THIS 1 FOR 3D OPTIONS)
COLOR
AVIVO VIDEO
POWERPLAY
HOTKEY OPTIONS
PROFILES
PERFERANCES
VIEWS
HELP ONLINE

AND A DEFAULT BUTTON IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS SETTING THE SYSTEM TO ORIGNAL SETTINGS IF YOU CANNOT REMEMBER WHAT YOU DID.

RODGANDYSR567



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