Newest beta, Logitech issues

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  1. cocky jeremy macrumors 68040

    cocky jeremy

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    The newest beta has absolutely destroyed my MX Performance mouse. It lags, freezes, stops moving all together for seconds at a time. I've deleted third party programs, restarted, tried to update the Logitech software... nothing fixes it at all. Anyone else having this issue? Any temporary fixes?
     
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  3. cocky jeremy thread starter macrumors 68040

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    USB. I actually leave it plugged in at all times.
     
  4. dianeoforegon macrumors 6502a

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    In System Preferences > Logitech, select Open Unifying Software > Advanced
    Unpair your Mouse then Pair it again.

    I have to do this with every update.
    Make sure you have latest software drivers: For my M510, I'm using version 3.9.3

    Logitech Support: Search download software drivers
     
  5. cocky jeremy thread starter macrumors 68040

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    Ah. Tried that. No fix yet. Still acting the same.
     
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    Not sure how. lol. Just found out it works perfectly fine on top of my desk (maybe 5" higher) but still lags and freezes on my keyboard tray. No idea what's going on.
     
  8. iLG macrumors member

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    Recovery mode restore will install 9.2.1. Then you can only restore from the backup made before going to beta.
     
  9. flowrider macrumors 601

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    I use my MX mouse on metal extension beside my keyboard. I have the receiver on the end of a USB cable taped to the bottom of the extension right beneath my mouse. I find I get the best performance with this configuration. And yes, after every update I have to repair the darn thing.

    Lou
     
  10. Fishrrman macrumors G3

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    I've used Logitech mice for years, but I've NEVER used the Logitech driver software.

    I've used either USB Overdrive or SteerMouse instead.

    Right now, the developer of SteerMouse has a public beta that will run until June. Seems to be working fine with my old Logitech MX-610 mouse (which Logitech has never supported for the Mac at all).
     

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