I was facing the same problem on M720. It's too expensive just to dump the mouse and it has hardly been 10 months for me. Being a Logitech fan I was not expecting this issue to come this early, since I have used quite older mice but none had this issue.
On closer inspection it seems like there is debris stuck under the "click" button. I am not sure ...
Had similar problem for a year on Windows 10 with my Logitech G102.
Reinstalling driver would not help. And changing ports would help for 10-60 minutes. But here what I noticed, I have two HID-complaint mouse entries in Device Manager:
If I remove one of them in a short time it will reinstall itself.
So instead I disabled it (Right Click → Disable device).
lsmod | grep touch
Note that hid_multitouch module … that is possibly what we are looking for.We need to ensure that we got the right module by looking into using modinfo
modinfo hid_multitouch | head
Seems legit, as the description clearly says it’s for HID multitouch panels.We could try to remove this hid_multitouch to see if that disables touchscreen.
It turns out the mouse actually just stopped working past the 95th column (which is exactly where my split was). I believe this is related to this issue: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7000960/in-vim-why-doesnt-my-mouse-work-past-the-220th-column
and setting set ttymouse=sgr makes it work correctly.
Speaking for Big Sur:
CursorSense is capable of this, however it is paid software.
SteelSeries ExactMouse is also capable of this, however only for USB mice - not for touchpads.
Instead I found https://github.com/docwhat/killmouseaccel which is a free solution that will remove acceleration on a mouse or touchpad, while maintaining the ability to adjust ...
None if these have worked for me.. what am I doing wrong? I've done all three combinations and none of them worked. My mouse is still flashing the orange and red lights. What do I do?
So update.. I got the green light. Turns out after i held down all four main buttons; left mouse, right mouse, middle button and the scroll button, I managed to get the green ...
I pushed down on the scroll button while switching it on and this appeared to work as the green light came on. This was several days ago and it’s still working, with the existing batteries! In fairness, I held the scroll button down for about 10-15 seconds before switching the button on.
Turn your Bluetooth mouse off before putting your computer to sleep.
Thus, only your trackpad and keyboard (both hard to access while accidentally hitting the table) can wake up your computer from its slumber.
you can find a guide on how to dissasemble it here :
At step 10 you can see that the wheel sensor is almost 1 piece with wheel, which works with a sensor looking at tiny wheel spokes.
I'm not sure 100%, but i'd say you have to check there.
I've same mouse... sunlight would be the last ...
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