11-25-2008 08:48 PM
Well folks, I don't have a cure, but I do have a "sorta-temp-workaround" that so far is doing ok for me. Being COMPLETELY fed up with my G7, I bought a cheap laser mouse from wal-mart (I think it cost about 10 dollars). I ran with that for general computer work and tried the G7 for gaming ( I was feeling masochistic what can I say) the good news is that it is currently running flawlessly.
I realize this should not be needed, and it's not a cure. What this does do however, is point out that the issue is NOT hardware, it is software.
WIch of course puts the ball firmly in the hands of Logitech.
11-25-2008 09:13 PM
its actually kinda funny listen to you guys talk about how much you dislike logitech support services, purely because i own 2 G7 mice and i have never had a problem with them yet other then those utterly crappy v4.40 drivers that they put out quite a while ago other then that i have NO problem at all, maybe i'm just lucky or the fact of the matter is that it has always been about software. Now i'm not saying that there hasn't been soem defects there always is but this is ridiculous ........ like really try some completely fresh install of the drivers and don't forget malware can effect any and all forms of software along with virus ......... so do some basic maintance before pointing the finger at Logitech first.
11-26-2008 06:56 AM
11-26-2008 07:26 AM
WOW i'm still amazed at how many people are having problems with this mouse ......... and i feel for you guys but i still think it is a software problem at the heart of the matter and if you haven't tried it upgrade to the v4.6 drivers and do a clean install. Serious the only problem i have ever had with the G7 (other then the **bleep**ty v4.40 drivers) is my rabbit ate the recharger cord and i had to buy another G7 altogether but the G7 has been stellar for and by the looks of it i'm the only on this thread who can say that really LOL.
But my only advice right now is keep trying and maybe you will think of something ........ hopefully and of course keep posting your ideas
11-26-2008 08:56 AM
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