08-02-2008 06:31 PM
08-19-2008 09:33 PM
08-20-2008 12:40 AM
10-03-2008 12:13 PM
10-03-2008 02:30 PM
Hah, love how the answer for everything is "Do a clean install". Hah great tech support.
I fixed it myself with a bat file that I execute on Logon (which runs when you wake from sleep. Found this script in another thread in this forum.
echo "Killing Task"
ping -n 10 127.0.0.1>nul
TASKKILL /F /IM SetPoint.exe
echo "Task Killed"
echo "Starting Task"
ping -n 5 127.0.0.1>nul
The Pings put in 10 and 5 second pauses, not sure if they are needed but just incase the script runs too quickly.
10-11-2008 09:57 PM
11-28-2008 04:22 AM
same problem here under Vista X64 with G5 and Logitech Illuminated and latest Setpoint, also tried new Setpoint in Beta.
By the way, also the custom settings of the keyboard are gone after a resume from sleep.
So my question is: When will this bug fixed?
Asked already german logitech support: no answer except, that it may be my motherboard which is from asus.... ok i'm the only one in the world who is using a market leader... but guess what: No problems with other drivers or other software... ahhh and they closed my call because i didn't complain again within 168 hours.
In the meentime and to Logitech Support: "No!!!!!!!!!!!!! this is not an acceptable solution for this bug!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" a second workarround for vista:
create a batchmacro called restartsetpoint.cmd with the following contents:
taskkill /IM SetPoint.exe /T /F
taskkill /IM SetPoint32.exe /T /F
taskkill /IM KHALMNPR.exe /T /F
start /D "C:\Program Files\Logitech\SetPoint" SetPoint.exe
Step 2 (sorry have german version so you have to look how it is really called in english)
Launch the taskplanning module from vista
Right click on the folder/clock symbol and select New Folder
Name the Folder what ever you like may be "mytasks"
Right click on the new folder "mytasks" and select"create new task"
Name it "restartsetpoint"
on the top select trigger and below "new"
In the new window select task starts with an event
Quelle (next dropdown): Power-Troubleshooter
next drop down Event-id typein 1
verify, that on the bottom left side activated is selected andclick ok
Select on the top Action
select start program
typein the whole path including the batchmacro eg: D:\system\VistaMacros\restartsetpoint.cmd
and save the task with ok
So every time you resume from sleep the batchmacro is executed. you will see for 2 seks or so a dos windows which is closing automatically.
Well, i hope, that logitech is fixing their drivers so that we didn't need any workarrounds anymore...
Batchmacros for getting the drivers to work
autohotkey for missing functionality
what have we to do next if we wish to use logitech hardware?