08-04-2008 04:18 PM
It's not that much of a hassle to connect BT dongle to a usb cable anyway...
Sure, logitech should have done it better, but hey, noone is perfect. : p
08-06-2008 04:23 PM
It has been my experience that the settings made in SetPoint "stick" after a reboot, even without loading it again. That is, if you set the wheel to "middle click" it is going to stay like that. At least with my mouse it does - YMMV.
Anyway, I can guarantee that removing SetPoint will not influence stuttering in any way. It is not the problem! The receiver is -- it needs to be closer. Case in point, the problems appear in other OS'es where SetPoint isn't even conceived.
08-06-2008 04:27 PM
Well, they could at least acknowledge the issue and post it in big letters on their web-site... Even if they don't offer anything in replacement to the owners of these mice, at least it would show good faith on their part. As it is, all one can do about the problem(s) is to search forums and dig around to find solutions while this is a widespread problem... not very professional IMO.
08-13-2008 07:32 AM
08-13-2008 05:43 PM
Logitech should provide a "FREE" USB cradle upon request, to those that find closer is better. Extensions are awkward, leave your dongle hanging over the side of your desk or have to be laid flat and in the way, whereas something like D-Link gives their customers that buy a WUA-2340 Wireless USB RangeBooster that has a weighted base, which sits the unit upright like an antennae, would be much better. My lag/freeze issues were never fixed by moving the transceiver closer, using an USB extension, though. The problem needs to be fixed at the Engineering level and either stronger dongles issued or replacements for both the mouse and transceivers issued to customers with this problem, once fixed. I’m on my fourth MX Revolution right now, since January of this year!!! This is retarded.
08-15-2008 07:19 AM
My PC is NOT using a wireless connection, the symptoms persist whether the receiver is 4 feet away from the mouse or less than a foot. Any time I ramp up my connection usage, my mouse gets "Sticky", be it through TF2, WoW, or even FTP transfers.
08-15-2008 10:32 AM - edited 08-15-2008 11:11 AM
Was ready to throw the Desktop in the bin after sticky problems but moved the receiver to the front of PC and all good now. Bit crap that you have to do that!
Makes you wonder about the testing phase of the product development?
Update: Still doing a bit so still not a Fullproof fix! Grrr!
Message Edited by Redcow on 08-15-2008 11:11 AM
08-16-2008 07:22 AM
Removed software = Still the same.
Moved receiver around = Still the same!
Asking for refund on Monday.
Anyone got any recommendations of a good alternative wireless?
08-22-2008 12:50 PM