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Old 07-31-2019, 02:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Apophis3 View Post
Or some internal info got corrupted. I would do a soft reset on the mouse to refresh the mouse's internals. If that doesn't work, then a forced reflash or hard reset.
As mentioned in the original post, while I didn't try a soft reset, I did do a hard one, which did nothing to solve the problem. I just turned my mouse on again now, and it's behaving even more oddly. All the original problems are still present, but now when I try to connect the mouse for the "first time" (after deleting my laptop's memory of it), two unique profiles to connect to show up for the same mouse (oh, but as I was writing this one of them disappeared on its own?).
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