Well u said that if the mouse is losing power then check the wire. My question is do i have to open or cut the wire to check this if not then wat would you recomend. I would really appreciate your help. Also it would be nice of you if u can send me the solution on my email address email@example.com
P.S I have a g5 mouse who losses power for coupla secs while playing games.
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Re: mouse losing power
Try check the cable of your mouse down to your PS/2 port located at the backof your system unit. The end part of the is color green OR if it is connected to USB, check it from the USB port.
Then try to reconnect the cable..ok?
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Go to control panel- hardware and sound - devices and printers - Mouse. Go to buttons and check if the config is ok.
If that doesnt solve ur problem, i have the same issue with my logitech g5(gaming mouse having issues... u believe? hehe) middle button keeps getting stuck, and even after i unplug it, windows records it as if it was still there and still stuck!. This is a hardware problem obviously, try checking that.
Check it on another pc too, just to be sure its ur config.
try switching the right click to another button using setpoint. if the button works perfect then it is the micro switch for the right click contact logitech. if it drops turn off setpoint and try the regular right click if that drops just may be a glitch in the game. check for mouse controls in the game to tune the mouse.
If you go into the logitech mouse setup program "Setpoint" there should be a section that tells the mouse what each button will do. It's probably got "Nothing" or something similar selected. See if you can find one that says "Right Click" or something along those lines, and select that, and press OK/Apply to save settings, and see if it changes anything.
thats a laser mouse so its not ur mouse the problem, it is ur internet connection, try not to download anything while playin games online and hopefully it wont freeze that often, hopefully this helps U. :)