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I have a Corsair M65 Elite. I have macros set in iCue for the dpi buttons, side buttons, and sniper button. In every game besides Rainbow Six Siege the macros work just when launching the game. However, Rainbow Six Siege doesn't work upon launch. I always forget and have to hide mid-game and then open iCue for it to then work. It is very frustrating because I only have to do it for R6S and it is always mid-game when I remember.
Hi, I've got a Corsair Vengeance M65 for several years now, and just a few days ago, it stops working properly. It's blinking and only the mouse wheel, left and right buttons works. Also the DPI it's set in minimum without oportunity to change it. Also the iCue don't recognizes it like a M65, it only appears in windows like a generic mouse. It still works, but the slow DPI it's horrible. I've been searching and I think that I need to do a hard reset. So I wanted to know more information about it. Thanks!
Dear all, In order to configure the sniper button on my Corsair M65 gaming mouse, I downloaded the iCUE software. Unfortunately, the software detected anything but my Corsair mouse. What I have tried (restarted PC between each try): -reinstall iCUE several ways; -unplugging USB's wait for 20 sec; -deinstalled Corsair composite virtual input device; -repair iCUE; None of the above methods have solved the problem. What is especially strange to me is that iCUE does detect any of my other hardware devices. Except my Quickfire TK keyboard and Corsair M65 gaming mouse. Do any of you know any other methods I could try so that iCUE can see my m65 mouse so that I can alter the sniper button to my liking? Any suggestions around iCUE are fine as well. As long I can disable or alter my sniper button. Cheers! p.s. other specs: - AB350-Gaming 3 - AMD Ryzen 5 1600 - AMD Radeon RX 580 Series - LG MP59G Monitor - Corsair M65 Gaming mouse - Quickfire TK Keyboard
I am currently using the Corsair M65 Vengeance FPS optical gaming mouse, and I've been having a problem with the drivers that are used to change the DPI and settings. Every time I start up my computer, all of the settings other than the DPI seem to not work; changing the report rate and checking/unchecking "Angle Snapping" have no effect; For instance, angle snapping will always be on after a fresh restart, whether it's checked or not, and whether it was on before shutting down my computer previously or not. If I test the surface quality after a restart, it will always give only one bar, regardless of what surface I'm using. (My mousepad usually registers as 3-4 bars) This means that every time I have to restart my computer (Which is around twice a day with this old hand-me-down I'm slowly working on replacing), I have to uninstall and reinstall the Corsair M65 Mouse Configurator, rework 2 settings profiles, and fidget with the settings until they work (For instance, turning off angle snapping means checking and unchecking the box around 4 or 5 times, then everything will become unresponsive for a moment and then it'll finally be off). Although I got this off of the Corsair website, it makes me wonder whether or not I am using out of date software, or if it just hasn't been updated by corsair in a long time, but no one else seems to have this problem. Screenshot of the program I am using: https://i.gyazo.com/27354cafcfdc0962f6ddc96242e24b19.png Thank you for taking the time to read this! -Isabella