This was not a problem with XP, but there’s no way I’m going back there simply for the mouse. How about releasing some S5500 webcam beta drivers for Windows 7 x64 so we can actually test them before Windows 7 hits the shelves? It was this kinds of delay by companies to have drivers ready that killed Vista. I had to manually kill the folder in safe mode to get my computer to be able to boot at all. ANYWAY, I already had the Logitech 9000 because it has the x64 drivers under XP.
Microsoft Certified Drivers For Windows
I already installed SetPoint and the problem persists. Once the software is open, right click on the webcam icon in the bottom right tray.
- I have a problem with my laser mouse where it freezes for 1 or more seconds then starts working again.
- Horrerblade, it may have been wiser to have ordered older USB 2.0 add in cards to increase the chance that the OS will have native drivers.
- I have downloaded the latest set point and it does not resolve the problem.
Select check for updates and 1.0 should be provided. Being a big fan of Logitech, I have a Harmony remote, S510 keyboard, USB cordless mouse, and Logitech speakers. The only side effect I have had is when you physically disconnect the keyboard and move it to another USB port. I have yet to try a cold boot, but I’m hoping that this was an issue with the Vista drivers, and that the new drivers will work.
With the keyboard and mouse plugged in to the PS2 ports, Windows would hang on start-up every time. With just the keyboard plugged in to the PS2 port, Windows would hang. With the keyboard and mouse plugged in to a USB port, Windows would hang. With Vista, I had intermittent issues with my Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 501.
On a cold-boot – the BIOS would recognize the keyboard, the Windows start-up screen would launch, Windows would detect the keyboard & mouse, and then hang. In every case, turning the computer off and on again would resolve the issue and let Vista boot. The vista hp deskjet 2600 driver 64 bit driver will not install on Windows 7 Ultimate RTM, it reports an unsupported OS. While I’m only running the lowest-cost wireless keyboard/mouse combo here I am nearing MID-August and having to live with jerky action with the mouse when scrolling.
Is driver talent safe to download?
Driver Talent is a potentially unwanted program that should manage your drivers, but it starts to push other shady tools once it gets on the machine. This is not a harmful program or malware.
Mac Mouse Fix
This driver/program is intended to "overclock" USB mice under Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 including x64 versions. Horrerblade, it may have been wiser to have ordered older USB 2.0 add in cards to increase the chance that the OS will have native drivers. I have a problem with my laser mouse where it freezes for 1 or more seconds then starts working again. I have downloaded the latest set point and it does not resolve the problem. For some reason my Logitech EX100 stopped working correctly with Windows 7.