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Logitech G502 Lightspeed Stuttering! --- HELP!!

Chess Gator

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Hi fellows,

My Logitech G502 Lightspeed is stuttering badly. I have downloaded the latest drivers and re-plugged both USB connectors, rebooted my computer and it is still stuttering. The mouse is only about a year old, so I doubt it is broken. I have never dropped it!

What do I do to fix this issue?

Thank you in advance,

CG
 

sswilson

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Hi fellows,

My Logitech G502 Lightspeed is stuttering badly. I have downloaded the latest drivers and re-plugged both USB connectors, rebooted my computer and it is still stuttering. The mouse is only about a year old, so I doubt it is broken. I have never dropped it!

What do I do to fix this issue?

Thank you in advance,

CG

Just to confirm.... your motherboard's chipset drivers?
 

Lysrin

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Very long shot, but any chance you changed the surface you are mousing on and that is affecting the sensor?

Not sure if that is even a thing these days with good quality mice but it used to be.
 

Chess Gator

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Hi,

I tried the mouse on both my desktop and laptop and it is happening on both of them. I am using Windows 11.

Thanks,

CG
 

Chess Gator

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Hi,

Bullseye! I wiped down the mouse pad and the mouse bottom with Fantastik Advanced and the stuttering stopped....at least for now! Thank you for the tip!

CG
 

Izerous

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Hi,

Bullseye! I wiped down the mouse pad and the mouse bottom with Fantastik Advanced and the stuttering stopped....at least for now! Thank you for the tip!

CG
Clean the bottom of the mouse and take a q-tip or something soft to the sensor area. If it has build up enough to cause that cleaning the mouse side of things is ideal too.
 

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