Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30
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Has this always happened with Windows 7 and in all games you play or specific ones only? You probably don't need a mouse driver since Windows has one. Only special functions, if needed are enabled with a mouse specific driver, ie, turn lights/logo off/on, etc. the mouse should function normally.
That said, go to the Dynex site to see if they have new drivers, unless that is what the zip file is.
Right, that's what that zip file was and I agree with you on the special functions part, so I'm kind of at a loss.
It's almost like the mouse is programmed to not send ( or Windows 7 is set to ignore the input ) if the alphanumeric keys are pressed.
Maybe there's a way to change that setting?
It's the same for all game I've played on Windows 7
Portal 1 & 2, Team Fortress 2, ARES... (luckily you can play ARES with a windows compatible xbox 360 controller, but not all games have that compatibility...