12-21-2008 03:04 PM
12-22-2008 08:15 PM - edited 12-22-2008 08:18 PM
You mean this mouse?
Go to My Mouse>Mouse Game Settings and click on Advance Game Settings... in the lower right corner.
Change the Report Rate at the bottom to 125 and click OK>Apply>OK.
01-11-2010 05:44 PM
I'm experiencing the same issues with my semi-new G5 under Windows 7 32bit:
- Mouse intermittently shuts off (no lights, no movement, no laser underneath)
- Most of the time the mouse "comes back" within about 20 seconds (imagine this happening during work or in the middle of an online game)
- Sometimes I'm forced to unplug/replug the USB plug. I had to attach it to the port in the front of the PC for accessbility. Pitiful.
- The OS makes the sound of a device being unplugged (and replugged on its own or when I reconnect the cord)
- Using Windows XP 32bit on the same machine - everything works perfect!
- Swapping USB ports - no change
- Turning off various performance boosters and enhancers within BIOS - no change
- Updating/reinstalling latest drivers - no change
- Uninstalling AV/Firewall/Monitoring/etc software/packages - no change
The only connection I see here is Windows 7 compatibility and Logitech G5.
This is a widespread issue, search Google using various keywords to gather up additional posts: "logitech", "G5", "G7", "freezes", "stops working", "windows 7", "vista", etc
Logitech is a respectable company with loyal userbase (incluing myself.) Most of my mice that I've owned were from Logitech, including an MX518 that had a hardware failure but I ate the costs by buying this G5. I am currently forced to use a cheap Microsoft replacement whenever I wish to work under Windows 7 without interruption.
At this point I think it is Logitech's responsibility to work out any incompatibilities between their drivers/software and Windows 7, or at least provide a temporary fix and an explanation of some sort. The thing that worries me is that Logitech may think that this isn't a big issue since it plagues a user like myself. An average user like myself -- the type that do not whine and ask for a free replacement (or coupon) but quietly lose faith in the ability of the products a company offers and move on to its competitors.
11-19-2011 07:47 PM
Has there been a fix for this as my G5 sufferes the same problem and it only started a month or so back . USB disconnect sounds and it goes back to win7 basic mouse for a while then later on it will drop out and come back in setpoint settings . seems to be no rhyme or reason to it . tried going back to old setpoint / latest drivers , nothing works . Its bloody annoying in game when you freeze for 3 to 4 seconds
11-22-2011 10:06 PM
Guys really , no help on this , i really need to fix this issue or I will have to buy a new mouse and it wont be a logitech .