03-20-2008 09:59 PM
I am running Vista on a decent Toshiba laptop. Nothing I do on the computer or the mouse changes that amber light (other than removing the batteries).
I was so HAPPY that I could use a mouse without cables or connectors to USB ports, etc. This mouse was a DREAM COME TRUE!
I don't want to return it; I have SO MUCH CONFIDENCE in LOGITECH that I threw the package away. Doh!
03-21-2008 01:46 AM
Because the helpdesk of logitech can't do anything. They said to return the product, that was the only resolution..... So I did, and I got a brand new one. But gues what? Same problems.....
I want my money back, but logitech won't accept that this mouse is a bad product.
04-25-2008 10:20 AM
After trying new Setpoint 4.40 (over 4.24) nothing changed about the lag.
Then i found somewhere on the web people recommending that vertical sync on 3D/games must be turned off, in the video card general settings: now most of the critical lag jumps have disappeared, games are a little more playabe but the control is still not precise as required by first person shooters.
I know, notebook+bluetooth mouse is not the ideal combo for gaming, but i think something still could be improved:
1. My antenna is not broken or defective, getting the signal at 2m distance, but the USB emulation driver results in appending too many conflicting devices to the same USB hub. Logitech could try a workaround in the next Setpoint driver to bypass the stack.
2. I could change my default branded batteries, supposed as partially exhausted even at the first try.
Now i'm going to play with fps (frames/sec) settings on any game, and i'm about to install Broadcom newest driver (if btwinitialupdate.exe is not working, check the anycom ftp site for XP and Vista beta versions also); Setpoint, actually not useful to me, was removed.
Please someone able to play without problems with BT mouse reporting here his success!
04-26-2008 01:17 PM