Logitech Setpoint 2.60 drivers (April 2006 release)

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  1. Alien1

    Alien1 Banned

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    If you have not noticed yet Logitech has released new drivers these April for their mice and keyboards

    If you were using Logitech MouseWare with a Cordless Click! or a Cordless Click! Plus mouse, installing SetPoint on top of MouseWare will transfer control of your mouse from MouseWare to SetPoint. MouseWare will no longer recognize your mouse. If you were only using one mouse with MouseWare, you can now uninstall MouseWare and use SetPoint!

    Mice

    Logitech® G7
    Logitech® MX™ 610
    Logitech® G5
    Logitech® V500
    Logitech® MX™1000
    Logitech® MX™900
    Logitech® V500 Cordless
    Logitech® MediaPlay™ Cordless
    Logitech® MX™518

    Keyboards

    Logitech® diNovo™ Media
    Logitech® Cordless Desktop® MX™ for Bluetooth
    Logitech® Cordless Desktop® LX 700
    Logitech® Cordless Desktop® LX 500
    Logitech® Cordless Desktop® LX 501
    Logitech® Cordless Desktop® LX 300
    Logitech® Cordless Desktop® Express
    Logitech® Media Keyboard

    http://www.logitech.com/pub/techsupport/mouse/setpoint260enu.exe
    or
    http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/downloads/finder/GB/EN,CRID=270
     
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    Nice find! Got them already, gonna install them tonight.
     
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    post back on the amount of resources these drivers use in the background please.i used the first set when i got my mouse and those were a serious hog.i have since uninstalled and am pretty happy with the manual change of dpi.
     
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    Yup, the current ones use a lot of resources too, I'll into this.
     
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    Nice Drivers imo....Appears to be a slght improvement for my mx1000,just a pity they don't improve the battery power time.

    Joking aside i posted these on the front page yesterday and Alien1 gets the credit.. :lol:
     
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    Sorry man, must have slept my workday through yesterday...
     
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    Where exactly did you posted these in the front page ??
    I did not see that ? :confused:

    If that's the case it's my mistake then :tears:


    That would probably need a new firmware or a different type of battery for the mice not a new driver ??

    I thought Logitech had promised a new firmware for the G7 (just like they did with the G5)
     
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    MIG-31 Old time Member.. Staff Member

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    About the front page part it was in "World Technology News" via News Archive but this has dropped a few pages back now due to this being the news forum for DH.(this forum moves quickly so not everyone would notice it anyway)

    It's no big Deal mate,ps i was joking about the battery part as you can not change it on the mx1000 laser mouse. :duh:
     
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    anyone else having problems installing this? everytime right at the end of the install.. it will just sit there and not finish at all..
     
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    worked fine for me,try a fresh download if you have not done so already.
     
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    what sort of improvements are we talking about? responsiveness?
    btw do you use uberoptions with your setpoint? beacuse im considering updateing from 2.47 but i hate it everytime i update i have to remap my keys because it resets them. is there anyway to keep the settings from uberoptions/setpoint?
     
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    I'm only taking minimal improvement in responsiveness but i did not use the 2.47 so this was quite a increase in driver version.

    Never heard of uberoptions,And i find the default settings work the best for myself so i don't know if the is a way to keep settings without them being reset.
     
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    Installed fine, no need to remap the keys, it remembered them (of course, I didn't uninstall 2.47 beforehand). No clue whatsoever about improvements, just 2 more MB of memory eaten. No difference in functionality, as far as I can tell.
     
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    kool thanks for the heads up :)

    if your interested lookup logigamer in google for uberoptions. uberoptions allows full mappage of all keys with your logitech keyboard/mouse that uses setpoint.
     

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