07-11-2009 08:51 AM
Im running XP SP2, with the g15 gaming keyboard, and i just reformatted my comp, so i installed the latest version of the g-series key profiler (3.02.173)
the problem is that now when i boot up, the lcd manager opens up 2 items (not really windows, cant activate them) in the task bar. it opens the pop3 and media display. i cant click or right click them, the only way i can stop them from showing is by removing them from my processes with task manager.
i didnt have this problem before i formatted, and so i assume i was using an older version (which worked flawlessly for me)
anyone else have this problem? or know where i can get the older version?
07-11-2009 10:06 PM
yes i am getting the same problem and it is very frustrating all because of this new software
can someone please find a solution as soon as possible.
07-11-2009 10:45 PM
07-11-2009 11:38 PM - edited 07-11-2009 11:40 PM
Im running XP Sp3 32bit and i have a G15 (Orange LED).
Im getting the same thing traceflow is getting The 'Logitech Media Display' button on the taskbar, and i cannot click it or right click it, the only way to remove it is by closing it on task manager, but then the media display on the LCD doesnt work. I have tried reinstalling the software three times, rebooting, closing it and reopening it but its still there. It looks like this Picture of Taskbar
Im thinking its an error with the new software update.
07-12-2009 01:45 AM
08-04-2009 06:26 AM
3.02 was the first (and only) version of the software I installed on my own XP machine as well. my machine wasn't freshly formatted, but it was (and is) very very clean because it's a dedicated gaming rig and I only play 2-3 games (I use a different machine for other things, including reading this forum).
in any event, my setup is very similar to yours but I don't have that problem. if you restart windows explorer (you can do this by killing the old explorer process in task manager, then starting a new one using the "File / New Task" menu option) do the phantom task bar buttons go away? I'm not suggesting this as a permanent fix, but as an additional data point it might help point the way to an eventual solution.
I do not work for Logitech. I'm just a user.