I've found that iCue seems to launch the batch file from the location of iCue.exe, so it can't find nircmd even if the batch file it's running is in the same directory as nircmd.exe. To fix this, you can either add nircmd to your system PATH variable, or change your batch file to something like this:
"C:\pathtoexecutable\nircmd" setdefaultsounddevice "MoBo" ...
Did anyone tried to install/work with this mouse on Windows 7?
A version of Mouse and Keyboard Center 2.3 absolutely supports Windows 7. However, Mouse and Keyboard Center 2.3 does not support the Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse, all that means is you will be unable to use the programmable buttons on the mouse. Mouse and Keyboard Center 12 does not support ...
It's definitely a hardware issue and you can't do much to fix it.
If it's still under warranty you might give it a try to have it fixed (most probably replaced).
A few years ago I had a Microsoft mouse and I was quite disappointed by the quality, I'd suggest just to try another brand
I had the same issue and I figured it out. I have a Mac. In System Preferences, Display: when setting the arrangement of the 2 monitors, make sure that the borders of the monitors are touching each other. That should fix the issue. If there is a gap, then you will have issue.
A recent article reviewing existing solutions that must work on win10.
TeamPlayer used to be an expensive piece of shareware but it now looks like the company has gone and the product is discontinued.
Thankfully, there are a couple of free versions of TeamPlayer floating
around the internet that still work. TeamPlayer4 Lite is from 2016 and
I found another a solution to my own too fast scrolling problem. Go to setting>devices>mouse>. Under "roll the mouse wheel to scroll", check for multiple lines at a time and then slide the slider underneath to choose 2-3 lines at a time, whichever feels more comfy. Next go to your touchpad additional settings and choose multi touch settings>two-finger ...
I've suffering the same thing sometimes.
Just tried the register tweak "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop" 'ForegroundLockTimeout".
It had the value 30d40 Hexadecimal (200000 Decimal)
and changed it to 0.
After restart it worked for a few seconds/minutes.
I found a work-around by right-clicking and drag-up to the icon-window
For anyone looking for a contemporary solution:
From the VirtualBox manual page 9.17.11.
VBoxManage setextradata VM-name GUI/MouseCapturePolicy mode
mode is one of the following:
The default behavior as described above.
The mouse is only captured if the Host Key is toggled.
The mouse is ...
I had this issue after trying to launch a game and the launch failed. Turned out that the game reset my resolution from 1080p to 2140p. I just went into personalization options, typed monitor settings in the search, than after scrolling down you can change the resolution. Odd little mishap but it was very annoying while it lasted.
If the screen layout is not correctly configured, the cursor moves from one monitor screen to a second monitor through the opposite side of the screen. How to fix?
Open Control Panel \ All Control Panel Items \ Screen \ Screen Resolution
It is necessary to swap the screen 1 and 2 by simply dragging the mouse, we get.
If the monitors are located one above ...
just sharing my experience as I searched multiple forums about this topic.
For me, this definitively solved the issue : deactivating startup load of every instance of "RtkAudUService64.exe", until there is no more any instance of it in the Task Manager after reboot.
Based on the answer above I made AHK script that do run this on F2 button:
#NoEnv ; Recommended for performance and compatibility with future AutoHotkey releases.
; #Warn ; Enable warnings to assist with detecting common errors.
SendMode Input ; Recommended for new scripts due to its superior speed and reliability.
Install VMware Tools in the guest machines. That will correct this and let the mouse move freely. I have WMware Workstation here with several guests, all with Tools installed and the mouse will move freely around the screen - then click on what app / machine you want.
Because at low speeds scaling by two could make it impossible to do small precise movements, hence at low speeds (<5) there is gentle build up to the full "2x" scaling above a movement of 5.
If it were "2x" all the time then for even the smallest motion of the mouse it would move two pixels, making it nearly impossible to to do things like CAD drawing, ...