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It sounds like dirt. I would take alcohol and a qtip and clean it. You will soon know if it should be there, it will basically not come off.


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Your plugging your mouse into USB 3.0 Port, Feb 12 19:53:11 Deltique kernel: [ 167.355257] usb usb3-port2: unable to enumerate USB device Your external drives have 3.0 USB support feature so it's working.. If your mouse need to work with USB 3 Port you need to install the driver for USB 3.


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There are others who have reported the problem to Logitech. You should checkout their support site. I'm only answering your last question because the others are ambiguous. According to the Logitech Community forum, you can try this "short power drain procedure" to see if it resolves the issue. If not, contact support. Remove the battery off the ...


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DisplayFusion has an option on the Settings > Window Management tab, called "Prevent mouse cursor from snagging on unaligned monitor edges" that fixes this issue up. Disclosure: I do support and testing at Binary Fortress Software (makers of DisplayFusion) :)


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Try this: left:: send,{Lbutton down} keywait,left Send,{Lbutton up} return You need the keywait command because AHK will only allow one of the same hotkeys to run at a time, the keywait ensures that the current hotkey does not end until you let go of the key. Thus when the autorepeat does kick in AHK does not fire the hotkey again because it is already ...


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The trouble might be because Windows 8.1 uses a generic driver for the USB 3 port. Try to find a better driver on the manufacturer's website. You can find out the make and driver details in the Device Manager under Universal Serial Bus controllers. If this is for example an Intel USB hub, use the Intel Driver Update Utility to automatically identify and ...


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Install XMBC and bind the middle mouse button to single click. http://www.highrez.co.uk/downloads/XMouseButtonControl.htm


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Thanks CharlieRB for suggesting I look through the Logitech support site, which I should have done anyway. I found someone with an unrealted issue to mine, in the fix for their problem, someone explained that by switching the mouse from On-Board Memory to Automatic Game Detection, many of the mouses media features / functions open up. I don't know what they ...


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This might solve your problems: "Auto dim or also referred to as Smart Dimmer in Windows 7 is available in computer systems that have the hardware which supports this feature. Please see the troubleshooting steps below that would help resolve your issue. Open Power Options by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking ...


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Windows 7 box, Logitech M510 WL mouse. All is fine for a year, then the above types of freeze and hesitation appear. I think it was a Windows update that made them start fighting. I removed all Logitech software, and installed the SW from the MS Sculpt Keyboard + mouse. Not a problem now. Stupid, but it works. @artofsilence


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It's most likely a problem with the switch (most likely Omron brand). I've had this problem on many Logitech mouses (expensives ones). To save money I had to change the Omron switches myself and now it's ok. You can also just try to fix the switches (you have to rebend a small piece of metal inside, it's not easy and won't last long). Look on Youtube and ...


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If you are using windows: In flash one must hold SHIFT and CTRL (CTRL + SHIFT + mouse wheel), which doesn't really make sense since in all the other adobes softwares zooming works with ALT+ mouse. Maybe flash is just the weird one :P If you're using Mac: Sorry, no clue Source: Went through same dilemma.



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