LOGITECH INTERNET KEYBOARD SETPOINT DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||29.7 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP, Other|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
LOGITECH INTERNET KEYBOARD SETPOINT DRIVER
I haven't ever used it on Windows 7; I have just been using the standard Microsoft Drivers. Setpoint is really useful for Logitech mice, always has been but is even more important if you have one of their gaming mice. Here's a few useful features that will help you get the most out of your mouse, if you don't need these features there's probably no reason to install the software: Logitech started this years ago with a pretty simple feature of allowing the user to Logitech Internet Keyboard SetPoint different buttons, but have expanded this more recently with fully programmable macros similar to their G-series keyboards.
Lots of possibilities just for the default key maps, for example, you can remap back and forward to alt and shift, then use those for MMOs for multiple keybinds in combo Logitech Internet Keyboard SetPoint keys Also, some FPS games don't allow you to map additional mouse buttons, so instead you can remap the mouse itself to assignable keyboard buttons in-game. Windows only allows you to change acceleration. SetPoint should prompt to download an "Update" to install the needed image files any new device.
If that update failed or was canceleduberOptions can't install the replacement files for that device until the images are installed. After you have finished updating, re-install uberOptions.
You can get it from the FTP link: On bit XP, to install uberOptions 4. Or if someone gave me a mouse that required SetPoint 6.
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As it stands now, I'm happy using SetPoint 4. To install the uberOptions mod, download and run uberInstall. Another option is Logitech Internet Keyboard SetPoint use an AutoHotkey macro to remap the right mouse button only when you are playing your game: Install AutoHotkey from http: Check in your Bios Setup screens, too: Just in case it matters. If the keyboard had ever completely behaved itself in the past - I'd say Hey, let's do a System Restore, using a restore point from that time period. But it doesn't sound like it's ever behaved on this system.
The other last-ditch effort I use to try to get drivers and programs to behave, is a Registry Cleaner. There are many good Registry cleaners, a good-free-small one is CCleaner.
SetPoint lets you customize your mouse buttons, keyboard F-keys and hot-keys, control tracking speed, and Internet connection required during installation. Logitech SetPoint™ software lets you customize your mouse buttons, keyboard F-keys, and hot keys.
Use SetPoint to control tracking speeds and configure.