When ever i turn on my razer it looks fine at first, but if i press any button it goes to the internet and when i exit it goes right back on again. It makes noise like im pressing buttons. It looks and sounds as if someone is pressing buttons really fast, and it does it all on its own. The only way to stop is to take the battery out. when i put it back in it and turn it on, it does the same thing. i dont know whats wrong with it.
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your keyboard utilizes keys F1-F10 as re-programmable function keys.to change your current pofile press the razer lycosa logo+functon key(f1-f10) or you can reset your keyboard to factory default settings by pressing the "Razer Logo" button for 15 seconds while the Razer Lycosa is connected to a powered on computer. NB: ALL CONFIGURATION SETTINGS WILL BE LOST WHEN YOU RESET THE RAZER LYCOSA TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS. ALL CONFIGURATION SETTINGS WILL NEED TO BE RE-ENTERED OR LOADED FROM THE CONTROL PANEL AFTER THE RAZER LYCOSA IS RESET.
This is going to sound really stupid, but if I was just having the exact same problem as you. I launched the Razer Synapse 2.0 program and save that my up key had a macro that did nothing. Once I changed that back to the default single up key function, it seems to be working fine.
Hate to tell you but it is a common thing that goes wrong with Razers, inside the mouse there is a rod that is connected to the middle mouse button, this is also connected to the engine that tell the mouse what you are doing, after to much use this engine simples dies and forces you to buy another mouse
HEY EVERYONE I FIXED THE DOUBLECLICK PROBLEM, can't belive i can use
this mouse again, i peel off the bottom sticker foot. removed the QC
sticker from the screw and removed screw, got top off, under the left
click button there is a little black box with a thin white button, i
carefully with a small flat head screwdriver lifted the black box
slighty off its connection then pushed it back down again. i did this
with the mouse plugged in blue lights on and everything. it instanly
worked fine. hope this works for anyone else
Well i started having the problem with the letter 'B' so what i did was i took the key out and i placed a small square bit of tissue paper under the key now it works fine....... although this shouldnt happen with such an expensive keyboard. Im never buying a razer product again.
acually, your problem is windows updates, I am using vista, and I have a Razer Copeprhead, I had similar problems as you, my mouse was working fine, but an update for the Razer Auto-Installed from Windows Update, which made my mouse start doing it. First it happened on my computer, now it happened on my dad's laptop, I first assumed the internal connection was damaged, so I was beating my mouse to death....CoD4 with mouse failure = ANGRY RAMPAGE! lol. So yea what it is is you have to COMPLETELY uninstall your drivers, then connect the mouse and re-install drivers, there ya go done!