Corsair m65 rgb double click

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

.M65 RGB Double click bug – The Corsair User Forums

 

Apr 22,  · Thank you for the guide. I’ve had my M65 Pro RGB for a few years now, but it starting having double click issues on both right-and-left buttons, but the right click is worse than the left click for some reason. Also, my mouse wheel isn’t very reliable now, but I’ve read that cleaning the mouse wheel will make that temporarily go away. Mar 16,  · This is a % bold faced lie. I am on my 6th Corsair M65 Elite replacement through in store exchanges and RMA’s directly through Corsair, for EXACTLY this issue. So how can it be the “first reported issue of a M65 Elite” if I’ve already reported it 6 times for g: double click. M65 RGB Elite Tunable FPS Gaming Mouse started having issues with left mouse button after 1 month of use. Left click only registers sometimes and must be pre.

 

Corsair m65 rgb double click.

M65 RGB Pro keeps double clicking. Product Support. I’m on my 2nd replacement unit of the exact same model mouse. I got my 2nd replacement unit back in December. The original and 1st replacement unit both started exhibiting double clicking after several months of playing (I believe it was 7 months and 3 months respectively). Apr 22,  · Thank you for the guide. I’ve had my M65 Pro RGB for a few years now, but it starting having double click issues on both right-and-left buttons, but the right click is worse than the left click for some reason. Also, my mouse wheel isn’t very reliable now, but I’ve read that cleaning the mouse wheel will make that temporarily go away. Mar 16,  · This is a % bold faced lie. I am on my 6th Corsair M65 Elite replacement through in store exchanges and RMA’s directly through Corsair, for EXACTLY this issue. So how can it be the “first reported issue of a M65 Elite” if I’ve already reported it 6 times for g: double click.
 
 
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