How can I extend the life of my computer mouse?
i exploit the logitec mouse with finger and thumb administration it takes up much less room because it sits nonetheless constantly. in case you % to apply the cordless mouse i propose which you bypass to wall-mart and purchase the 4 recharageble battery %., it comes with a charger. those batteries holds a solid charge. I even have 2 instruments as i exploit a digital camera with flash. they final me incredibly a whilst even when I take wedding ceremony photos. I even have 2 instruments i shop 4 of them charged constantly an in my digital camera bag in case i choose them. for a instantaneous mouse they'll final numerous months or extra and in case you have an added set of batteres no down time on your computer. i even offered some for my television distant, they have been in it for over a three hundred and sixty 5 days and nonetheless working. recharging your batterys particular fee under procuring new ones each and each time. whilst i offered my rechargeables they have been around $10.
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My pc mouse lags and skips across the screen, whats wrong and how do I fix it?
My friend, you have a Logitech G7 wireless mouse, just like I did... I had the EXACT same problem. So, welcome to the club.
The reason for this problem is that the wireless receiver (the small USB stick) is no longer able to process the signal from your mouse. This seems to happen most frequently if you plug/unplug your receiver often. There may be other reasons why, but the one I mentioned seemed to be the most common one.
There's plenty of info out there: What did I do to fix this problem?
Well, unfortunately there's no way to fix the receiver, so I called Logitech and explain the problem to them. They, very kindly, replaced my G7 with a G500. If I would've had the original purchase receipt, I would've kept my G7, but I had to send it to them and when they received it, only then they sent me the new G500.
I have two G7s, the first/old model is the green and silver, and the second model is the black with blue accents. My second model was the one with the problem, I still have my first G7 model.
Logitech's Phone Support info:
Monday - Friday: 6am - 6pm PST
Saturday - Sunday: 7am - 5pm PST Good luck amigo.------
My mouse is slow when playing certain games?
Don't use V-sync? You can try going to the start menu and typing "mouse" (or finding it in control panel), then in the "mouse properties" windowI, click "pointer options" and adjust the speed to the max. However this will increase the number of reads from the USB ports, so be prepared for a loss of frames or another form of lag if your CPU is old or too weak. It could be that your chipset drivers or USB controller drivers need updating, so try that as well...or that your mouse is broken...or it could be a power problem. Try going to Control Panel -> Power Options -> Select the current power plan it's on -> Advanced settings -> "USB selective suspen" -> TURN IT OFF. That didn't work? Well if you want another way to do it, you're going to have to manually modify the task scheduling priorities and put the USB (or PS2 port) system calls above any other running thread. You'd also need to disable any accessory portions of Windows that handle task scheduling (ex. Multimedia Class Scheduler if in Vista or above), then modify the registry to enable sound again without the MMCS service, then lastly change bios settings dealing with power and windows settings dealing with power to stabilize the system and stop the blue screens you will be getting. There's no guide, no one from MSDN will help you with it, but there is plenty of documentation and it's possible...but be prepared for reinstalling Windows! I doubt you want to risk having to reinstall Windows again and waste all that time researching how to do said things over a laggy mouse pointer...(This part only for those who are "hardcore" users of Windows and know it's buggy internals).------
PC mice--which is faster for gaming? PS2 mouse or USB mouse.?
It's more or less based on the mice's quality. A $9 mouse from Wal-Mart can sometimes be good enough, but it's scanning rate is not going to go above 100-200 a second for optical/laser mice. Some of the best gaming mice scan 2000 a second, I've had mice set to as low as 40-60 and it didn't appear to make enough of a difference to worry about it. By scanning I'm talking about just the optical/laser tracking, it polls whatever it's using to track it's direction that many times a second.
The gaming mice with lots of buttons can be useful I'm sure, though I never use them. I use Logitech wired Trackman, which has just three buttons and a scroll wheel; I don't have a room for a big pad. More buttons on the mouse seems to offer the advantage of being slightly quicker and less use of the keyboard, some of the mice software also includes macro capability. I also utilize a button pad, Belkin Nostromo n52, granted it's not the best of quality, but for the cost it seemed worth it. I've also set aside a button on the pad just for my sharp shooting so I don't accidentally move the reticle while trying to fire off a shot.
As far as the PS/2 vs USB, it doesn't seem to matter these days. Many motherboards are now capable of utilizing USB during bootup rather then PS/2. Once your Operating System has load it shouldn't make a difference which one you have, unless you have USB disabled. Anything older then Windows 2000/XP requires a PS/2 keyboard and mice in safe start.------
what is the full form of USB (USB chord)?
Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a serial bus standard to interface devices. USB was designed to allow many peripherals to be connected using a single standardized interface socket and to improve the plug-and-play capabilities by allowing devices to be connected and disconnected without rebooting the computer (hot swapping). Other convenient features include providing power to low-consumption devices without the need for an external power supply and allowing many devices to be used without requiring manufacturer specific, individual device drivers to be installed.
USB is intended to help retire all legacy varieties of serial and parallel ports. USB can connect computer peripherals such as computer mouse, keyboards, PDAs, gamepads and joysticks, scanners, digital cameras, printers, personal media players, and flash drives. For many of those devices USB has become the standard connection method. USB was originally designed for personal computers, but it has become commonplace on other devices such as PDAs and video game consoles. As of 2008, there are about 2 billion USB devices in the world.1
The design of USB is standardized by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF), an industry standards body incorporating leading companies from the computer and electronics industries. Notable members have included Agere (now merged with LSI Corporation), Apple Inc., Hewlett-Packard, Intel, NEC, and Microsoft.------
Hi I was wondering if anybody knows how to adjust the mouse accuracy?
every mouse has an X-Y resolution.
this determines the number of Points per Inch.
This determined by the internal hardware of the mouse.
old ones 200 per inch modern ones 1000 per inch(around 40 per mm)
get a new mouse.
note: as the resolution increases, potentially this greatly increases the no of
times the mouse produces events. if your system is slow it cannot service events
that quickly, this effectively is like cutting down the resolution because you want the mouse
to keep up, and it just wont therefore you move it too much.
It may be that you are using it with a slow usb port.
there comes a point where a mouse can be considered High Res or Lower Res
from a software programming point of view. It seems that both Vista and W7
have issues with how software applications deal with what they think is High Res
and what they think is Low Res. There have been a number of micrsoft Intellipoint
driver updates to try and sort out this issue.
it may be that your mouse is suffering from drivers that are not so High Res aware
if you think you have a High Res mouse.
it all boils down to how the system handles the increase in events.