10-15-2008 11:11 PM - edited 10-17-2008 05:09 AM
After the last WOW 3.02 patch my Logitech G15 G keys don’t work in game.The profiler woks if I test it out of game but the mappings don’t work in game.I reinstalled the profiler Program, disabled all the mod’s, setup the profilerprogram to run with admin privilege, disabled UAC in Vista64, changed Keyboardsbut nothing seems to help. It was working before the 3.0 patch and stillcontinues to work on my XP computer after the patch.
The only interesting thing I find that the M1 profile G1-G10 keys work(I have mapped all M1 to M3, G1 to G12 keys to action bar 1 so basically mappedit to 1 to = keys) but none of the other profiles or keys work as configured.The keyboard profile gets loaded in the game and I see the stats on LCD. I amusing Vista64 Ultimate, Q6600 processor with 2xNvidia Geforce 9600GT in SLI, all thepatches and drivers are up to date, I am using the latest Lgps202_x64 driver for the profiler.
I have had the same issue before but it resolved itself, I do not knowhow and why. Can anyone help?
its now Fixed... the game got installed in /user/public/games directory hence the profiler was not getting loaded when wow.exe was executed... working now
10-22-2008 01:24 PM
11-09-2008 07:09 AM - edited 11-09-2008 07:16 AM
I have 2 of g15 Gaming keyboards on 2 separate computers. They both run windows vista home premium without sp1.
Profiler version 2.02.101
Game Panel Manager 2.02.101
I also elected to install wow under the C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe with the 3x patch.
The lcd shows the profile is active when wow starts, but neither macros nor "assign keystroke" work in game.
Trying to follow the directions "please try changing the location of the .exe linking of your G-Key profile to the directory the first posted " I go to the "edit" menu on the profiler, chose "profile properties", and under "select game executable" it has the correct directory of "C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe". In the gamePanel Manager under programs, I also verified there that the "Path" under "Program Poperties" was correct for wow.exe. I still have no success other than the lcd screen working. In the
Is there another place where the game is linked to the profiler?
11-19-2008 07:27 AM
I have been having the same problem. No G-keys are working. Tried updating the WOW location, running as admin no effect.
BUMP BUMP BUMP
Coincidentally, my mouse-remaps (G7) also stopped working with the WOW patch