Right click with mouse doesn't work consistenly

Kenta1561

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Hello,

for the last two or three weeks I have been experiencing a weird bug with my mouse (Logitech G302 Deadalus Prime). I first encountered the problem when I was playing Rainbow Six Siege - I noticed that when I tried to aim by pressing down the right mouse button it switched between the clicked state and not-clicked state, resulting in a constant aim/non-aim state. My conclusion was that my mouse isn't sending the "right button signal" properly to the game and I wanted to check if this problem was only occuring in that particular game. Unfortunately it seems to be a general problem of the mouse. I opened Paint (don't judge me for using that :pt1cable:) to test the following thing:

https://imgur.com/h9aZz2W

I made a small black canvas and went over it by clicking down the right mouse button which is effectively working as an eraser. As you can see the white line that comes from the eraser is not continuous. To clarify it I marked the spots that are not connected in blue.

What I'm wondering about is that this doesn't always happen. Sometimes my mouse works perfectly fine. What could be the cause of this problem? If this information helps, my driver (Logitech Gaming Software) says that it can't detect any USB devices.

Kenta1561
 

Ralston18

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Could be a loose USB plug or connection.

Try the mouse on another computer - see if the problem follows the mouse.

Try some other device in the port being used by the mouse. See if that device has any problems.

Try using a USB extension cord between the mouse plug and the computer. Make sure that the connections are all snug and tight.

Do verify that you have the correct and current mouse driver. Download and reinstall again - current driver may be corrupted or buggy.


 

Ralston18

Titan
Moderator
Could be a loose USB plug or connection.

Try the mouse on another computer - see if the problem follows the mouse.

Try some other device in the port being used by the mouse. See if that device has any problems.

Try using a USB extension cord between the mouse plug and the computer. Make sure that the connections are all snug and tight.

Do verify that you have the correct and current mouse driver. Download and reinstall again - current driver may be corrupted or buggy.


 

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