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Pushing button on my Mouse disconnects USB(s)?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Huxley2k7, Jan 5, 2014.

  1. Huxley2k7

    Huxley2k7

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    Hey guys,

    I have begun to notice that when i press the button situated on the right underside of my Razer Lachesis mouse, the USB slot disconnects, i lose complete mouse and keyboard control until i hear Windows reconnect the USB and power is restored.

    Sometimes my mouse will feel very slow and sluggish in-game (forcing me to adjust mouse sensitivity) then i accidentally press this button again, the USB resets and the mouse goes back to its rightful speed, so i have to change the sensitivity again.

    I can't remember when this started but i do know i played around with the Razer drivers a couple weeks ago. I have a feeling all this began with those drivers, even though i have uninstalled them now and tried to revert the mouse back to its default state.

    What do you think the problem could be here and can i remedy it? Is the mouse just failing?

    Thanks TechPowerup guys.
  2. Mussels

    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    power surge!

    mouse is likely broken with faulty wiring to that button. try it on any other PC without that software.
  3. satindemon4u

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    Yay! New mouse time! <--- that's my guess anyway. ;)
  4. repman244

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    "You're holding it wrong"

    Anyway, did you try another mouse just to be sure it's not something else? Did you try uninstalling the driver and use it just with the generic ones?

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