Windows 10: Latest Logitech SetPoint Software

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  1.    10 Nov 2016 #51

    jdUnionngarden said: View Post
    Howdy All,
    I've got a simple issue after upgrading to Windows 10 (from 7); simple but is still an issue.
    My Logitech M510 mouse doesn't hold my custom Setpoint settings. I don't even have to re-set them each time I boot up, just open the Setpoint options window and the mouse starts working the way I expect.
    Yep, I upgraded the driver first thing, but I have pinned Setpoint to my taskbar to initiate the settings whenever I start my computer.
    Might anyone have thoughts on a fix?
    My appreciation for reading this and your suggestions!
    if drivers are not working fine after windows boot, then i first suspect the fastboot feature in BIOS and windows 10.
    (energy settings , choose what power buttons do page) , it is a checkbox you can uncheck.
    windows 10 will then boot slower , but drivers won't disable features =.
    or they will startup properly.

    i need to disable fastboot too, to make sure the Nvidia color management works fine after windows boot.

    but i think this latest version of Logitech setpoint is no good for windows 10 , to be honest.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    14 Nov 2016 #52

    Andre2210 said: View Post
    SetPoint6.67.83_64 i think this one gives issues on my windows 10 Home x64.
    i get blinking screen since lately with latest Nvidia WDDM 2.1 drivers , all of them.
    so i doubt Nvidia is to blame.

    something is bugging my drivers and causing app crashes.
    did many fresh installs , went back to previous build i know was fine.
    problem stayed.

    i had my suspicion on the Logitech drivers before.
    since i noticed these audio things added.

    i don't have Logitech audio devices , but a Creative SoundBlaster Omni and sennheiser.

    the screen blink is very rare.
    and reporting no errors in logs.

    this Logitech software, i cannot normally uninstall it without freezes, except in safe-mode no problem.
    also without the setpoint , windows 10 installs the Logitech USB input ,
    and Logitech unifying receiver drivers.
    so i guess i don't need the drivers for my keyboard. unless i want to control the button layout.

    also when i got rid of the driver software of setpoint , my CPU fan dropped RPMs
    so i am not installing this version again for sure.
    tested now long time (days) without the driver, my system is perfect again.
    tried the driver today , and wham problems returned.

    driver is not good for sure on my build 14393
    i am using a register hack now , to disable windows key in games.
    works fine for me too.
    then i don't need the driver.
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  3. Posts : 182
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       07 Feb 2017 #53

    use the wushowhide.diagcab file to hide/prevent Win10 from offering & installing the Logitech drivers, Andre.

    you could also report the Win10 problems with the Setpoint 6.67.83 drivers in the Logitech forums (requires registration).
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