I have a wireless logitech laser mouse and i have been having trouble with bf2 only. at random intervals, my aim moves instantly to another position. LIke when im facing south and running, suddenly im facing north and running. There is no lag, since every person on the server has about 60 ping, i have my settings at the lowest and get a decent frame rate. I tried googling the answer but i cant find anything at first i thought it was the monitor affecting the radio freq, but then the guy i bought the mouse from said that he never had a problem with it bieng next to the monitor. Also, this only happens in BF2, it works fine in every other game. Any help?
5th April 2005
Check your driver preferences, and fiddle around with the sensitivity. You might want to try reinstalling the mouse drivers, too.
i have the mouse sensitivity at very low, .6. The drivers I use are the windows generic drivers. Im thinking that maybe it is a video performance problem. But i dont know for sure.
Now with more red
28th November 2004
It seems like a lag/fps problem.
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9th November 2005
I get the same "lags". I have a logitech too, laser but with wire. I don't think it's the mosue actually, I think it's your internet. I moved my comp in to my own room, so we had an internet laying on the floor for a couple of days. I didn't get any lags AT ALL, and it's never been a problem on our older comp (didn't play bf there, it's a 1.25GhZ, but I played cs:s without problems. Now I get the lags in both games) As soon as I got my wireless internet, I started lagging like that. Most annoying when you're flying around in a plane or chopper. the nose drags downwards all of a sudden.
Didn't help at all, I know, but it feels good talking about it. :naughty:
30th December 2004
It happens to my mate, hes playing and all of a sudden his mouse just does a 180 or something =/
Reconnecting seems to fix it.
The Internet ends at GF
26th June 2005
That's optical mice for you though, and it happens when the mouse is on it's way out. Happened to my last optical and in other games as well. You can achieve the same thing at times by lifting the mouse off the desk. Slim
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30th April 2004
If you are using a lazer directly on the polished wood surface (or other surface) It can catch the swaying grooves in the desk. turning your mouse/character. Doesn't happen all the time but can happen.
Are you using a mouse pad for your lazer? I am and i don't have this issue.... all hail the mx 1000.
hmm ok, get a mouse pad, i will try that hmm i thought that the laser mouse didnt have this problem because it was laser..... but ill try the mouse pad
and yes the mx1000 rocks! :)
well i used printer paper as a makeshift mousepad. It doesnt help. So its probably my computer. The thing is that my computer runs at around 30 fps. it really doesnt seem like its video lag because of how fast the character moves. In ONE frame, i was looking in the opposite direction, there is something wrong here....