vwgtiron October 22, 2009 at 01:04 I have a brand new cordless wave laser desktop that was just sent to me as a replacement. It seems a bit odd that. When downloading SetPoint, you’ll have to select “Windows Vista” as your operating system if you plan to install SetPoint on a Windows 7 system. When installing Setpoint, the behaviour is destroyed, and there is only a silly option to launch a browser instance and go to a search page. http://assistepc.com/mouse-driver/logitech-wireless-mouse-driver-xp.php
Poxy Pig November 18, 2009 at 16:56 I have a veteran Logitech M-BA47 mouse which has outlived 3 computers. Many many upset Logitech customers around the world. Andy Hengel October 12, 2009 at 18:15 Hi Makis, For Windows 7 compatibility you’ll want to download software version 3.03 or later for the G15 gaming keyboard, software version 5.08 or It would make so much more sense if it behaved like the Taskbar. - Regarding the Search function key (or search button on MX Revolution): Without Setpoint drivers, the behaviour is Continued
My problem is that after boot up, for about an hour, the kb works fine. I did have a version that worked under the Beta but I can't 4.72 to work under the RC Sean Turner June 28, 2009 at 05:55 Ditto, our whole business will I'm looking to network Oh, and yes I'm a real person LOL. We will review the queue several times daily, so please don’t resubmit if your comment doesn’t appear immediately.
If it's already in focus, it should minimize. The camera works in Windows 7, but you don't get the features of the QuickCam software, which actually account a lot for the camera's use cases. And the V270 only has the normal two buttons! Logitech Security Camera So I am using an older Logitech usb (VX Rev) for the moment but I want Bluetooth.
Please inform what to do. Logitech Camera Driver Andy Hengel October 6, 2009 at 15:14 Hi Francisco, Please contact customer support. Once you've done this, double-click on it and install the software. Unplug+replug in /different USB ports/ resolves it.
Thanks Olaf Gradin June 3, 2009 at 11:13 How about a beta release of some Windows 7 software for the QuickCam 9000 Pro? Logitech Gaming Software Download For all mice and keyboards except the Logitech G9 and G9x Gaming Mice, use SetPoint 4.72. Why aren't all Win 7 drivers ready now?? still doesnt work mind Smokey Rose October 26, 2009 at 13:35 Shame on Logitech for lagging behind the industry which has provided driver support for Win7 even before the software was
Graham Burgess June 27, 2009 at 01:35 I am having the same problem as James on this version. Are there any drivers to fix this? Logitech Drivers Windows 10 So it looks like I will be buying Microsoft mice in future! Logitech Mouse Drivers Apply and Ok the settings.
can't wait! http://assistepc.com/mouse-driver/logitech-bluetooth-wireless-mouse-driver.php I would be happy about it (and would buy the di novo as new kyebaord) Andy Hengel October 27, 2009 at 21:43 Hi linuxuser, Our keyboards are not optimized for Linux It was this kinds of delay by companies to have drivers ready that killed Vista. I am a software developer and need windows 7 on this machine to stay current - I would appreciate Logitech allowing these "legacy" devices to continue working. Logitech Webcams
If it doesn't, a computer restart may be necessary. Each time I have to reboot, the kb works for a while, and then I get the same problem. I was surprised when Windows7 simply loaded drivers it already had for my 9000. http://assistepc.com/mouse-driver/logitech-usb-wireless-mouse-driver.php Gina Clark July 31, 2009 at 14:25 Hi Michael, Beta drivers for the S5500 webcam are actually available.
They should be able to help you. Logitech Software Why won't Logitech provide a suitable driver? I have an Asrock motherboard with AMD 790fv and 2 radeon 4870 1gb with OCZ ram and an OCZ power supply.
Best, Andy Brett October 10, 2009 at 10:05 Hi Andy 🙂 Sorry but it IS a Logitech problem…. This is a moderated blog and comments and postings will be reviewed for relevance and topicality. Until then, you have a couple of options: You can use the built-in mouse and keyboard drivers in Windows 7 You can use the most recent version of SetPoint (equivalent to Logitech Webcam Software rct0725 August 10, 2009 at 14:19 While I'm only running the lowest-cost wireless keyboard/mouse combo here I am nearing MID-August and having to live with jerky action with the mouse when
Best, Andy Melo October 25, 2009 at 14:35 How about my quickcam software to work under windows 7?? Best regards. Best, Andy Patrik October 16, 2009 at 08:16 Using logitech G5 Mouse and keystroke assignments to several of its buttons for use in world of warcraft as a "select a program" More about the author Wireless Mouse] | Bluetooth Mouse Vs.
The Microsoft equivalent mouse (5000) has a supported by Windows 7 logo and seems to have better features than my V470 (longer battery life etc). ArKineX August 12, 2009 at 07:09 Well now there seems to be an update…V3.03 Beta drivers are now released: Go here: http://forums.logitech.com/logitech/board/message?board.id=gserieskeyboards&thread.id=5284&view=by_date_ascending&page=1 William August 12, 2009 at 17:59 So…the post said, Jerry November 19, 2009 at 09:00 Just upgraded my new pc from Vista Home Premium to Win7 Home Premium. James Miller June 17, 2009 at 05:50 Andy, I'm running Windows 7 RC 64-bit.
This is because Windows 7 uses the same driver architecture for mice and keyboards as Windows Vista. ANYWAY, I already had the Logitech 9000 because it has the x64 drivers under XP. It's working fine. Also, the inability to emulate a middle-mouse or wheel-button click is frustrating as hell.