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Sleep mode for mouse? How to disable??

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#1 Mirlth


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Posted 09 November 2017 - 08:46 AM

I have a mouse (Targus W575) and it has a ''sleep mode feature'' where the wireless mouse will enter sleep mode if no usage detected. The mouse will be awaked when movement detected. When entering sleep mode for over 10 minutes or your computer has been restarted, you have to press the key in order to wake-up mouse.



This is annoying, especially when playing games. 


Firstly, the mouse goes into sleep mode after about 1 second when you do not move it or click it. The only way to wake it up is to click the mouse button. During sleep mode you can't move the mouse around and it's annoying.


Is there any way to disable this?

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