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    Unhappy RS:V and UT2004 +Logitech Mice

    When I'm playing the afore-mentioned games, the mouse movement feels very jerky...Very hard when I'm sniping in UT... Does anyone know what could be the problem??

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    Have you tried the games with a different mouse to see whether it is the logitech? Have you tried setting the mouse sensitivity higher in UT?

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    nope, mouse smoothing on and off, sensitivity at 1600dpi, 2000dpi, and 800dpi, same problem...

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    try uninstalling the logitech drivers and using it with the windows default ones, does the problem go away (even if all the buttons don't work)?
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    emm, ok ill try that now..

    Also, anyone know why *no* games recognise the middle click of my G5?

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    right, i updated the driver from 2.8 to 3.3 aaaand.....it seems to have solved the problem....well it isn't as bad as before...Haven't had too much time to play, and wont bet getting much because of exams , but i plan on doint as Madduck says and trying it with windows drivers... *shrugs*

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    if it is actually working now, just leave it. not worth messing with if its fixed
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    Just thought i would give you an update...I was messing around on the customisable DPI thing on the Logitech SetPoint software, and solved my problem. I updated the report rate from 250Hz to 1000Hz and it *HAS* solved the problems, much much MUCH better than before.

    Thanks for the help though,

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