In Windows XP, I turn on "enhance pointer precision" in the mouse options. Now my Logitech G5 (blue) will not move in the lower-right direction when I move very slowly. I had no problems with this option enabled on my old Logitech MX610. I have Googled and found many people with the same problem, but they offered no solution.
Message Edited by NeoDreamer on 11-16-2008 11:33 AM
Enhance pointer precision is just the mouse acceleration. And it's designed for 100-125Hz mouses (PS/2 and standard USB), so G5 won't work with the default 500Hz rate. You need to change it to 125 or even better, just disable it. Mouse acceleration is bad unless you have a low dpi mouse.