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    jds63 said:
    What i mentioned as a possibility, left click being faulty or dirty can try canned air on it. Assuming other mouse worked on that PC. Wow, 2 days to even respond ,well plus it was over the weekend too. Good luck ! I tell you besides yours being a gaming mouse, i love the Logitech Trackball i use and i would never go back to dragging a mouse around a pad again.
    Trying the mouse on my laptop. It seems after quick test to function properly. If that's the case and another mouse is working OK on my desktop, then its getting weird. Did no good removing and reinstalling Logitech drivers on my desktop (did it a few times, still missing clicks). Acting the same with or without LTech mouse drivers. Not sure but maybe missed first clicks on my laptop, they come and go and not easy to notice. Tried cleaning with canned air, but the same. Still to test another mouse on desktop. Don't know if have one long enough (wired). Laptop mouse is a "micro mouse" with short cord. Don't like wireless... yeah sure of it now, missing "clicks" also on laptop, something wrong with the G100. W10 - 64b Pro on laptop.
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    splitsecond said:
    Trying the mouse on my laptop. It seems after quick test to function properly. If that's the case and another mouse is working OK on my desktop, then its getting weird. Did no good removing and reinstalling Logitech drivers on my desktop (did it a few times, still missing clicks). Acting the same with or without LTech mouse drivers. Not sure but maybe missed first clicks on my laptop, they come and go and not easy to notice. Tried cleaning with canned air, but the same. Still to test another mouse on desktop. Don't know if have one long enough (wired). Laptop mouse is a "micro mouse" with short cord. Don't like wireless... yeah sure of it now, missing "clicks" also on laptop, something wrong with the G100. W10 - 64b Pro on laptop.
    Got a stuck key there or worn out. If you double checked mouse settings within windows an setpoint too. Had me a bit confused for awhile to where you tried it, how you tried it, if tried another mouse.
    Didnt you have an issue with a MX Anywhere mouse once before ?
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  3. Posts : 101
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    jds63 said:
    Didnt you have an issue with a MX Anywhere mouse once before ?
    No, don't think so, have no MX mouse.. :)
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    splitsecond said:
    No, don't think so, have no MX mouse.. :)
    Must of been another member i recall. You do gaming a lot ?
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  5. Posts : 101
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    jds63 said:
    Must of been another member i recall. You do gaming a lot ?
    Occasionally when have time.
    Interesting to read the Logitech support answer, will they replace it without further questions... Trying mini mouse on laptop, seems to work OK. By the way it's also LT. Have a MS mouse somewhere lying around.
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    splitsecond said:
    Occasionally when have time.
    Interesting to read the Logitech support answer, will they replace it without further questions... Trying mini mouse on laptop, seems to work OK. By the way it's also LT. Have a MS mouse somewhere lying around.
    More concerned with mouse in question Logitech one. Desktop was system had initial problems with Logitech Gaming mouse correct ? I know Logitech drivers can be buggy for some.
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    jds63 said:
    More concerned with mouse in question Logitech one. Desktop was system had initial problems with Logitech Gaming mouse correct ? I know Logitech drivers can be buggy for some.
    Meant trying with other mouse on desktop PC, if it works OK, it seems that the Logitech mouse has some problem (not 100 % sure though). If I click longer and harder it seems to work quite OK.. Would be easier to diagnose if the problem appeared all the time on desktop PC. Changed USB ports on desktop, but still some clicks "disappear", maybe 1 of 10.
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    splitsecond said:
    Meant trying with other mouse on desktop PC, if it works OK, it seems that the Logitech mouse has some problem (not 100 % sure though). If I click longer and harder it seems to work quite OK.. Would be easier to diagnose if the problem appeared all the time on desktop PC. Changed USB ports on desktop, but still some clicks "disappear", maybe 1 of 10.
    If that is only button that is giving you issues i would not think would be a driver or port issue as then even the cursor would be first issue not moving well. Probably as you use it more problem may go away at times or how hard your hitting it. Sure never spilled anything on it ? How old is Logitech Mouse i never asked ?
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    jds63 said:
    If that is only button that is giving you issues i would not think would be a driver or port issue as then even the cursor would be first issue not moving well. Probably as you use it more problem may go away at times or how hard your hitting it. Sure never spilled anything on it ? How old is Logitech Mouse i never asked ?
    It's one yo. 36 months warranty. Not spilled anything on it. Maybe "sweat" or "dust" gone inside, hard to tell. Seems like it's the connector, when pressed hard it's working quite OK, but light fast clicks not always working. Maye have to live with it. It may be too scrappy problem for warranty return. Anyway don't think it's a Windows issue, or driver.
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    splitsecond said:
    It's one yo. 36 months warranty. Not spilled anything on it. Maybe "sweat" or "dust" gone inside, hard to tell. Seems like it's the connector, when pressed hard it's working quite OK, but light fast clicks not always working. Maye have to live with it. It may be too scrappy problem for warranty return. Anyway don't think it's a Windows issue, or driver.
    Yes, me either the way it sounds. I never dealt with Logitech for warranties to know how they are, still hate idea of sending something back as sometimes there is a cost for you, unless an expensive item. Not sure might be able to live with hitting it so hard as eventually not going to then work at all. Oh, then might end up with carpel tunnel syndrome,
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