03-20-2008 01:18 AM
04-06-2008 05:04 PM - edited 04-06-2008 05:08 PM
Message Edited by Pythagoras on 04-07-2008 04:08 AM
05-14-2008 02:05 PM
05-14-2008 02:45 PM
I was experiencing that problem.
Disabling all the audio output devices except the one you need solves the problem!
To do that, open Control Panel, then select "Audio" (from classical view).
Inside the "Playback" tab, identify the device that you need, then for each other right-click and select "Disable".
Disabled devices may seem to disappear, but don't worry: you can right-click again and select "Show Disabled Devices" to see them again.
Logitech, now we have found a workaround, please implement a fix for the next SetPoint release: windows vista doesn't behave correctly when there are multiple playback devices.
08-02-2008 04:35 PM - edited 08-02-2008 04:39 PM
Volume control is now solved, at least for me:
I had switched, a few months ago, to Logitech VX Nano for testing and, instead of changing the batteries today, I went back to the MX Air. To my surprise, Volume Control was now working!
Although many programs have been updated since, what has changed from my previous setup (Vista Ultimate 32 bit) and probably more specifically relevant to the mouse problem was the use of Setpoint 4.60.122 and, most important, the new Vista drivers that came out a few days ago from Creative for the Sound Blaster X-Fi Platinum Fatal1ty Champion Series sound card I am using. No modification to the default Setpoint settings needed to be changed for the volume control to work.
Message Edited by FrodoOfTheShire on 08-02-2008 04:39 PM