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Shintsu

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#11 12 years ago

Uninstalled Setpoint and reinstalled it - hopefully this will do the trick as I'm not seeing a ton of mice out there that look all that wonderful and truthfully this one is quite comfortable.




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#12 12 years ago

Well, did that help? Give it a good and long testing period.




Shintsu

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#13 12 years ago

So far so good, no twitchy errors or reconnect disconnect episodes yet. Even before I uninstalled this it hadn't been doing it though. No idea what randomly caused it to do it.




Junk angel

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#14 12 years ago

If I were you, I'd disable power management for external devices. This sounds like it could be the cause of your problem. Win turns the device of to conserve power.




Shintsu

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#15 12 years ago

Well, I have all the "Turn off after xxx time" things set to Never. I am always using the mouse when it flashes off and on so it's not like I left it alone long enough for it to kick off. I don't think I ever turned any of that stuff on though.




Junk angel

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#16 12 years ago

I think you need to actually open the hardware manager and try to set power management options for all USB stuff.

Does it do the same if you use a ps2 reduction?




Shintsu

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#17 12 years ago

No idea, I don't know where one of those adapters is off-hand. I checked that power management setting, the selection to turn it off to save power is greyed out and is turned off. The only thing checked is the mode to bring the computer out of standby. Still having no problems so far, I'm hoping that software was the issue.




Shintsu

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#18 12 years ago

Piece of shit, it's back. It did it only one time instead of it's many times before. I don't understand this, are the internals just that screwed up on this thing?




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#19 12 years ago

If you have PS/2 adapter for your mouse, try hooking it up there. Maybe you have problem with your USB ports. :clueless:




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#20 12 years ago

Like I said before. Just completely uninstall the software. I had that happen to me too and taking that crap software off my computer fixed the problems.