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Mouse sensitivity changed by itself. It feels like it's on ice.


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#1 Wenex

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Posted 12 May 2017 - 10:04 AM

Hello there.

So I encountered this really weird issue that is hard to explain. After I crashed from one game with the "d3d11.dll" error, my mouse sensitivity started acting speed up. Like it's one ice, incosistent. It just feels off and nothing like my default sensitivity, could tell it the moment it happened. I can't get used to it and it's been like 4 days already. Feels like the mouse acceleration just enabled by itself, but it's off in the settings. Overall all my mouse settings didn't changed, and all mouse registry seems to be in the same place as before, so I'm out of ideas.

I will give more details on my specs and then list what I already tried to fix.

Mouse USB Tracer Pert AVAGO 5050 2000DPI (currently using 800 DPI)
Windows 10 64bit
500 hz pooling rate
6/11 sens

Okay, so from things I already tried.

- tried different USB ports
- tried changing various settings to new ones and revert. Like pooling rate, default sens, registry in regedit. No luck.
- Mouse Acceleration is OFF
- I did the MarkC mouse fix
- I reinstalled graphic drivers just in case
- tried changing monitor resolution and HZ rate
- updating mouse drivers obviously
- tried using 5/11 sens, but it's too slow. While 6/11 is too speed up (ice effect). Can't find my old sens anymore and it's just frustating.

What I didn't tried yet.

 

- scanning entire PC with antivirus (I did scan C drive where I have my Windows)
- reverting to older Windows 10 update (if it's even possible, I don't want to mess with this)

Overall I strongly believe it has something to do with Windows 10. Like I have read a dozens of threads about this or smiliar issue and all of them were from Win 10 users. What I also didn't mention is that it is the second time I encountered this issue. First time it also happened after the game crash, but there wasn't any error. With time it fixed by itself. I don't remember how and when that happened. 

I would appreciate any help.

Cheers!


Edited by Wenex, 12 May 2017 - 10:08 AM.


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Posted 12 May 2017 - 10:43 AM

go to the control panel and adjust the sensetivity



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Posted 13 May 2017 - 07:42 AM

Did you try removing the mouse drivers and then reinstalling them? I did not see that in the list.

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Posted 13 May 2017 - 02:28 PM

Did you try removing the mouse drivers and then reinstalling them? I did not see that in the list.

 

Any guide how to do that? I know how to remove the device, update drivers, but not how to remove drivers.


Edited by Wenex, 13 May 2017 - 02:28 PM.


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Posted 14 May 2017 - 07:27 PM

Did you try removing the mouse drivers and then reinstalling them? I did not see that in the list.

 
Any guide how to do that? I know how to remove the device, update drivers, but not how to remove drivers.


Did you install some mouse specific drivers (i.e. from a disc that came with the mouse or from the manufacturer's website)? Or are you just using the default Windows mouse driver?

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Posted 17 May 2017 - 01:01 AM

 

Did you try removing the mouse drivers and then reinstalling them? I did not see that in the list.

 

Any guide how to do that? I know how to remove the device, update drivers, but not how to remove drivers.

 

Make and model? A random search on google suggests it's due to manufacturer's driver. have you installed any such?






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