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Re: mouse is too fast and picks before I get to object...
Go Start > Control Panel Choose Mouse and click on it A menu will appear go to "Pointer Options" choose the speed of pointer. If issue persist please post for further troubleshooting. When Issue resolved please rate accordingly. Good Luck
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The software Mr. Maitia referred to is called Setpoint, and it's the key to getting full use out of your 510, or any other Logitech mouse/keyboard/etc. product. All versions of the Setpoint software and drivers for Logitech products are available for free download at the Logitech support website. Here's the link: Logitech Support
You can always control mouse pointer motion (speed), by using Mouse Option in Control Pannel. Open Mouse option in control pannel. Here you can go to Pointor Motion, now move the slider to left side. Click on Apply and check mouse speed. When you get the required speed, Click OK.
This is not a computer problem, but rather a problem of the game setup.
Start your game and go to "setup" or "options" or something like that. One of the options will be related to "mouse speed" or "mouse sensitivity". Turn the speed or sensitivity down a couple of notches, save the new settings and try the game again.
If you have 50 units of computer working the same time such as uploading big files, the problem for the rest among your 7 computers that work fast is between the hub connectors on the network system. You can check this connectors by replacing those slow ones to that faster computers. Then if your faster computers slow down and the replaced connectors from slow working bacomes fast then the problem is in your hub distribution connectors. If you had trace to that problem, then replace the whole unit of hub connectors.