I’m assuming that this problem, with the error message will persist with other brand new mouses of this kind or is it just luck? There is an option to scan the USB ports again but even after replugging in the mouse, it still does not recognize the mouse without a reboot. I would then have to reboot my pc every time I have this problem. Note on archived topics. This topic has been archived.
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HP Laser Gaming Mouse with Voodoo DNA prices
I’m thinking that the error message, more signifies the unresponsiveness of the on-screen mouse pointer, to my greatest disappointment of such a beautiful mouse for both gaming and daily use.
Message 1 of 2. Still trying to find a solution to a very weird problem, otherwise giving up on this and either getting the one almost ggaming same lasdr this HP Laser Gaming Mouse with VoodooDNA made by ASUS, which doesn’t have any problems like this one, or a Logitech wireless mouses.
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HP Gaming Mouse with VooDooDNA – mouse Series
I am still very disappointed for such a mouse to fail greatly on a part, what is wrong with HP? I would then have to reboot my pc every time I have this problem. If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board. I have to also keep alongside with the gaming mouse, a regular mouse, which is Logitech and rather more stable just to move the freaking mouse pointer. Didn’t find what you were looking for? All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
When I leave my pc on for a period of time or when I wake it up from sleep mode, the HP program tells me that the computer does not recognize the mouse is plugged in and the mouse sensitivity will be messed up. This gaming mouse worked for me for about 4 or 5 days after receiving it in the mail, but then the next day or so when I just happened voodoodja leave the computer, while is was still on for a while, and return to the desktop, I immediately found out that the mouse pointer was unresponsive.
HP Laser Gaming Mouse With Voodoo DNA
Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. The weird thing for me is that I can voodpodna use the “5 programmable buttons” on the mouse, but I can’t seem to move the mouse pointer that is stationary on the screen, as if the mouse pointer is on a different driver and completely unresponsive.
The software that I installed for the HP gaming mouse at times does not recognize my mouse is plugged in. I’m assuming that this problem, with the error message voofoodna persist with other brand new mouses of this kind or is it just luck?
There is an option to scan the USB ports again but even after replugging in the mouse, it still does not recognize the mouse without a reboot.