Windows 10 Mouse Lagging

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    Windows 10

    My problem turned out to be Steam, namely the Steam Bootstrapper. Turned that off, and all my lag went away.
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    WIN 10

    Well, I feel like a complete A**. My wife tells me ( and I refused to believe) ,"have you checked your mouse"? I never thought anything of it. Sure enough, I went and bought a Corsair M65 gaming mouse...Hooray. Problem solved. Finally a problem solved without Windows being involved for a change. Good Luck everyone!!
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    Gamer DAD
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  3. Posts : 1
    Windows 10

    mouse lag gone but keyboard lag remains

    I recently upgraded to an Acer Spin 7 from an Asus T100TA (Windows 10). The whole reason I decided to upgrade was the mouse and keyboard lag I was getting on the Asus. I figured it was b/c of its age (2 gb ram & 49gb hard drive near full capacity). But now I have a brand new laptop with 8gb ram and I'm experiencing similar issues. I have the Logitech K330 wireless keyboard and had been using a Logitech M510 (it just took me about 74 seconds to type 510). I tried the recommended solutions but none helped. Until I tried a new mouse, the Logitech M215, which came with the keyboard. So the mouse lag is gone, but the keyboard lag is worse. I've updated the Logitech drivers as well. I am also connected to a USB hub to connect multiple monitors and the Logitech usb unifying receiver for the mouse/keyboard. I registered to follow the thread.
    Last edited by tonyg0902; 05 Apr 2017 at 13:45. Reason: left out important info
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    OMG, this actually worked

    Registered for this site just to say thanks, I was considering using a shotgun on my computer as this issue had been impossible to solve for months. So simple! Just unchecked the damn box as stated here, no further issues

    Sasherz said:
    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 garbagety 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
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    windows 10

    Hey!. Here's a solution that might work

    Just like many of you I have encountered the same problem The TOUCH PAD Problem
    were your mouse delays after you are done scrolling and/or dragging a tab.This problem occurs when
    you upgrade to win10. Here's the solution

    Step 1: go to DEVICE MANAGER
    Step 2: locate Mice and other pointing device
    Step 3: show its context(click the down arrow)
    Step 4: right click your mouse driver and click properties
    Step 5: Go to DRIVER section
    Step 6: And hit that darn ROLL BACK DRIVERS
    Step 7: Restart you computer
    Step 8: If it solved you problem
    Step 10: If not
    Step 11:
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  6. Posts : 1
    Windows 10

    uninstalling Realtek Program

    diederik555 said:
    Yes! And no problems with sound whatsoever
    Yes, after uninstalling Realtek Program which removes FMAPP.exe solve the mouse lagging for me.
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    daniels7 said:
    I found the issue!
    It was related to a Realtek Program named FMAPP.exe.

    Stopping it in Task Manager and excluding it from starting at Boot solved my issue and it leads to no Sound issues or similar things, so it's no problem to exclude it from boot.

    I had no issue since 2-3 days now, so that seemed to be it
    Hi, I'm having the exact same issue. The pointer is lagging except when control panel is open.

    Can you tell me, how do you stop it in task manager and exclude it from starting at Boot?

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  8. Posts : 1
    windows 10

    For me fmapp.exe was the culprit

    Just to confirm: every big windows update I have to rename fmapp.exe to get a normal working mouse back. Thinkpad helix
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