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Old 02-15-2019, 02:58 PM
HK1 HK1 is offline
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Sad I think my mouse is in bootloader mode :(

my m65pro rgb was working perfectly fine last night, today it randomly stopped working. After doing some research i found people saying that it might be stuck in bootloader mode. I've had the mouse for 7 months and its been perfectly fine till now, CUE does not detect anything, the mouse rgb doesnt light up and nothing works. i can see the laser light up on the sensor but its really dim. I've tried it on another PC and it doesn't work there too. under HID devices in device manager i see :Corsair composite virtual input device" it stays even after unplugging the mouse. windows does not make the device connected or disconnected sound either. please help me get it fixed, thanks :)
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Old 02-15-2019, 09:13 PM
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Try this:
1. Have mouse unplugged and computer on.
2. Hold down Left and Right mouse click buttons while plugging in the mouse
3. After mouse is plugged in, you can release the mouse buttons.
4. Give it a few seconds and see if anything happens

Please reply if it helps or not
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Old 02-16-2019, 03:18 AM
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no luck :( still not working, i tried several times
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