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Razer Lachesis problems


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(Not sure if this is the right section to post this in, if it isn't sorry!)

 

Hello, I have a Razer Lachesis, and am currently having a problem which I can't resolve. First off I have driver version installed 1.10, and firmware version 1.91.

 

The problem i am having is when in a game (which can use a lot of resources) (Aion & World of Warcraft WOTLK) anything that causes a load on the system, the mouse getting really erratic. It will get really slow moving and then just freak out going all over the place. Sometime I will right-click (press and hold) and my characters will just start spinning in circles.

 

I haven't been able to pin-point the exact thing causing it, but it only happens while a game is up (not while internet browser or anything such as that is open). It is almost to the point where it makes the game un-playable.

 

The exact settings though Razer software I am using is

Polling Rate: 500hz

DPI: 4000

Sensitivity: 2.5

Acceleration: (on) 8

Win Pointer Speed: 4.5

X Axis: 10

Y Axis: 10

Universal Scroll: Yes

On-The-Fly (Show of Screen): Yes

Double Click Speed: about half

Auto Switching Override: Yes

Enable OSD: No

System Tray Default: Yes

Logos On.

 

I am really at a loss for words with this. I have Google'd this numerous of times hoping someone would find the answer to it, but so far no luck.

 

For my system specs:

[ http://www.emachines.com/products/products.html?prod=T5230 ] Is the base I have

Added:

Nvidia 8500 video card

2gb of ram (total of 2 gb in the system)

Edited by Spastic
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If they already are installed have you tried reinstalling them?

 

Sometimes drivers corrupt and need to be re-installed.

 

 

Here are the drivers for XP

 

http://www.razersupport.com/index.php?_m=d...81&nav=0,18

 

Also, has this been like this from the start? Or did it just happen randomly?

Edited by porksandwich9113
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