James MItchell June 7, 2009 at 12:31 All well and good but what about your webcams, none of which work under Windows 7 (any version) and All you get from your It's working fine. 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). 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. weblink
I can't seem to type anything because the keyboard is activating functions instead of typing. poor effort very poor. I managed to work around the problem by unplugging the Logitech keyboard and mouse and plugging in an old Dell wired keyboard. TechSpot is a registered trademark.
Is there any official word on whether the officially certified SetPoint software is actually coming out "in early August"? Most everything seems to be working fine, but the big problem is that the OS doesn't seem to recognize the presence of the Illimunated Keyboard in a timely way so that Also, the inability to emulate a middle-mouse or wheel-button click is frustrating as hell. Best, Andy Brad Smith August 12, 2009 at 20:19 Using 4.80 with Win 7-7100, I notice that the mouse's Smart Move doesn't work for many of the OS's default buttons like
When shall it be available? We’d also like to hear what you think of Windows 7, especially the features you find most useful. Any suggestions welcome or I will have to return the keyboard… Brad Smith July 20, 2009 at 10:42 What about it doen't work? Logitech K200 Keyboard Not Working If SetPoint 4.72 is the answer, well….let's just say when I went with the retail on Win 7 I had planned to upgrade as well as buy a WebCam.
If I am forced to buy a replacement mouse it most certainly won't be a Logitech one. Looks like I may have to reinstall windows to fix!! while we all waited for SetPoint for Win7 that "will be available by the official Win7 Release date". Is there ever going to be any Linux drivers?
If your product is supported, you can download drivers at http://www.logitech.com/downloads. Logitech Wireless Mouse M185 Driver Windows 7 We've been told August, then September, then October for Windows 7 drivers… Brett October 9, 2009 at 11:22 Hi 🙂 I have a 5500 set and the full version of Windows Andy Hengel October 27, 2009 at 22:45 Hi Manuel, Please contact support at http://www.logitech.com/support with your issue. I'll return in the next couple of weeks hoping to download the upgrade for setpoint, cerfified for my favourite OS… j July 27, 2009 at 17:10 Win7 RC, build 7100.
Just like when clicking on the icon in the Windows 7 Taskbar. I trying to install 3 other versions, but with same result. Logitech Wireless Mouse Driver Update It will support all versions of Windows 7 and will be available on our Web site. Logitech Mouse Driver Windows 7 64 Bit it didnt work with setpoint either Brian Ambrozy June 16, 2009 at 15:39 Thanks for letting us know; I had a very bad experience with Quickcam drivers, but I believe G15
switcher in W7 with the middle button), and my G15 works great except it loses some of its settings on return from sleep - which I can live with until Aug. http://assistepc.com/windows-7/logitech-ps2-keyboard-driver-for-windows-7.php Martin August 18, 2009 at 09:23 There may be a Setpoint 4.80 version but the Bluetooth does not work on Windows 7 so all us Di Novo Users will just have Best, Andy Felix November 21, 2009 at 17:18 I also have the veteran Logitech M-BA47 mouse (Dell branded) since 2002.I wish they have them in stock somewhere.So comfortable in my palm.Cannot I would appreciate a response. Logitech Wireless Mouse Not Working Windows 7
The VC8 libraries did not install correctly every time I have tried installing setpoint 4.80. My problem is that after boot up, for about an hour, the kb works fine. Hope RTM or the new setpoint version will have a driver.. http://assistepc.com/windows-7/logitech-ps2-keyboard-driver.php 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
For keyboards, you’ll have support for the F1 – F12 keys plus the Volume and Playback controls. Logitech Keyboard Wont Type Letters So I am using an older Logitech usb (VX Rev) for the moment but I want Bluetooth. Once Windows had started, I then plugged the Logitech in to a USB port; Windows detected the new hardware and installed new drivers.
Please click on the link below to download, scan and get the correct drivers. When were you thinking of providing proper drivers for Win 7????? Let's take Calculator as example. Logitech Mouse Stopped Working Windows 10 With the different devices, they can have the same driver , it's because they all use the same chip manufacturer.
Once the software is open, right click on the webcam icon in the bottom right tray. Best, Andy Rob October 4, 2009 at 11:01 My cordless iTouch keyboard's media keys do not work in windows 7. Select check for updates and 1.0 should be provided. http://assistepc.com/windows-7/logitech-ps-2-keyboard-driver.php As a Gold Certified Independent Software Vendor (ISV), Solvusoft is able to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction through delivering top-level software and service solutions, which have been subject to
Josiah Kiehl July 1, 2009 at 23:51 SetPoint 5.10 doesn't detect my G9 mouse on Windows 7 RC. Brad Smith July 10, 2009 at 08:28 For those of you who can't get SetPoint to run; just right click the executable, and select Properties>Compatibility and choose Vista SP2 compatibility. My only issue is that the scroll wheel doesn't work. At the very least, there should be an option to make the default WIndows 7 behaviour to come back.
Logitech cordless mouse works fine. Solvusoft's close relationship with Microsoft as a Gold Certified Partner enables us to provide best-in-class software solutions that are optimized for performance on Windows operating systems. Andy Hengel August 13, 2009 at 16:17 Hi William, SetPoint 4.8 is officially certified and was posted on Logitech.com on August 5, 2009. Is anyone at logitech actively testing your existing products on 7RC - let's face it, the OS is as complete as any RC ever has been, so it's the right platform
Choose your operating system and click the Download button to begin. Right now, when pressing the calculator button (or FN+Calculator), a new instance opens every time. Says something to the effect of "Nothing detected." when I load up SetPoint. AFAIK this is NOT a Win7-specific issue, but a basic lack of capability in SetPoint itself.
Without that info it's hard to help… Michael Traun July 20, 2009 at 18:17 How about releasing some S5500 webcam beta drivers for Windows 7 x64 so we can actually test This was not a problem with XP, but there's no way I'm going back there simply for the mouse. Check the website for updates: http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/435/4224&cl=us,en?osid=1 and look for Logitech webcam software V1.0 2. If I use the stock Dell USB wired keyboard that came from the factory with W7, there is no problem entering the BIOS at the boot splash screen.
It should have already been availeble for a month. disappointed about. Gina Clark July 31, 2009 at 14:25 Hi Michael, Beta drivers for the S5500 webcam are actually available. You are viewing the drivers of an anonymous computer which may be not the same with your current computer.