I'm using a corded mouse.. g500. It feels like my mouse hits a "bump" and then stops moving... it's so annoying.
I bought the Logitech G502 Mouse a long time ago.
I looked round for lots of solutions but none that did work.
But I found a way to fix it, atleast for now, how long it will stay like this, I dont know.
The problem I think is the Mouse software has its own accelerator app and so does windows, a shitty one at it that goes in conflict with eachother.
This is how I fixed it:
1: Use Cortana and search for "Mouse" to go into Mouse properties.
1: Or by go in Settings, Devices, Mouse and Touchpad, "aditional mouse options.
2: Go into "Pointer Options" and turn off "Enhance Pointer Precision"
3: Hit Apply, and OK
I did try to turn Precision on again, and it started being a a pain again, and turning it off, it calmed down again
I belive this is the reason the lagg happens, having two things fighting over what is best for the mouse, one saying to use 12000DPI and one 1400DPI
But why it only happend after 3 months, I dont know, I have a feeling its one of the new windows updates that did this.
But it looks like my mouse calmed down from its tantrums.
if people can confirm if this works, I would apriciate it
Nothing posted here would help, including 3 different mouse/keyboards.
Done with Windows 10, and reinstalled Windows 7. All is well in my world again.
Alright folks, just like most here, i too, created an account to verify and debunk some of these answers. My current Desktop settings:
2 Monitors Samsung 27D360
16GB DDR3 Dual Chan
2) mouse settings, no
3)USB port change, no
4)Realtek Disable and enable (after restart) No
Here is where i am sitting at right now.
After doing 1, 2, 3, and 4, I did the following:
1)Reset chrome, settings.
2)Downloaded the new Nvidia driver 375.57, changing my display to 1920x1080(in game as well),
resetting my all my games setting ( Warcraft).
Was super for about 20min, now i just got it back, not as bad and loading chrome pages in a new tab while moving the mouse is ok. That's great in my books.
3) Closed CCleaner....
4) Remember to close automatic updates as well as they run in the backround.
Going between screens (max windowed game) It's a helluva lot better than before.
Scanned for performance issues and AVG found 2 Virtual Usb Bus Enumertors not working, Drivers which can affect your mouse (chances though??) Check your temp CPU 50C and gpu 60c...is that right?
Going to fix the drivers that AVG found then see how things run.
TBC.....Continuing. I'll touch base when i know for a fact that i have no issues whatsoever. Good Luck peeps!!
When clicking the left button it would sometimes work as intended. Other times Windows 10 would say" Huh? What, did you just click? Playing a game on Facebook one sometimes had to click 5 or 6 times before it worked.
Downloaded the Logitech drivers from Logitech website specified for Windows 10. Works perfectly (though for desktop I think I will still use my Windows 7).
I might have spoken a mite too soon. It worked great for a day, and while still better than it was, is acting up again. A reboot helps but not 100%.
I'm thinking that logitech streamlined their driver, but Microsoft needs to do the same on their end. And of course there is a lot more code, as it is checking for both mouse clicks, and screen touches.
If Microsoft would make it possible to turn off the screen touch for desktops it may help.
Still some problems on my end, i guess we'll all have to sit tight as, MICROSOFT ( yes i'm yelling) seems to be doing nothing about it, well, we least no update on what's going on.
I was playing Warcraft yesterday and only a few times did i have trouble. I have more problems once chrome is open.
So just found they released drivers last week, but i can't install them or the cab file. Ughhh....