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WTF Logitech! Were's the G9x drivers

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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    So where do I find the Setpoint software to change the DPI levels on the G9X?!? I Downloaded the setpoint software, and then it simply showed me a device manager for the mouse with options to update the software.

    I found an older version but still no setpoint software management. So any ideas?
     
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    Trying now! Will edit later.

    Badass dude! Thank you! I searched for a good hour at least trying to find solutions to this.
     
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    http://www.logitech.com/pub/techsupport/mouse/setpoint632_x64.exe

    If you are running 64-bit Windows make sure you download the 64-bit version of the software from the link above. For some reason logitech's site is stupid and links to the 32-bit version, which means the drivers aren't actually installed, which means the mouse still runs on the basic Windows HID drivers, which means the software doesn't detect it, which means you won't get any options in the software to customize the mouse.

    Once installed go into setpoint and your mouse should be listed in the devices and the option to change the DPI settings should be in the Pointer section once you select the G9x from the list of detected devices(which obviously only the G9x will probably be listed).
     
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    Got it!!! Works great now! Glad I have cool green lights instead of lame blue ones now though.
     
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    Also, just an FYI, logitech claims that their Logitech Gaming Software will support the G9x/G700 with the next release(version 8.40). Supposedly this is coming before the end of the year. So keep an eye out.
     
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