Hey just picked up this mouse and had it arrive yesterday. Overall solid performer but not ready to leave a review yet (will do so here and on other sites) The software is a little unpolished and not too intuitive (command center) but disregarding that for now I'm having one issue I can't seem to resolve on my own. Upon every time I shut off my computer or restart when I turn it back on the mouse is using a different DPI step than the one I assigned. I have to re-open the command center and click on the profile I'm using for it to re-apply the settings and then it's where I want it to be. So I figured maybe the mouse is defaulting to a different profile - so I set every single profile #1-5 to the same exact settings. I restart again and still the same issue, it reverts to some higher dpi step (feels like something over 800 lower than 1600). When I swap to any of the profiles (which are all the same exact settings) it applies the settings but then I cannot hit the 'apply' or 'ok' button at the bottom of the program unless I make a change then it works - regardless it still resets. There appears to be no 'save to mouse' button anywhere - I only see a delete profile, create new profile, import, and export. Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is my biggest gripe having to re-apply the profile again and again. I believe it to be a software problem. For reference my settings are as follows All buttons - default DPI Button - disabled
LEDs - disabled
LOD - Low Angle Snapping - Off Button delay - 2 notches above 4ms, I assume it either goes up in intervals of 1 or 2ms - since it starts with 4ms and ends with 32ms I assume it's 2? So 8ms? 1 DPI Level DPI: 400 This setting is the same for profiles 1-5, yet it resets every time when my pc turns on. It appears the mouse has something else saved to memory and it only uses those settings temporarily Edit: Just want to update you that I've tried Disabling profiles 2-5 and only leaving profile #1 enabled with one dpi step of 400. Didn't work Made 5 dpi levels and set all of them to 400, didn't work The only workaround I've found is setting profile #1 and #2 to enabled and making them a copy of each other (same settings) then when my pc boots on I hit the 'profile switch' button and it will cycle to profile 1 or 2. Then it will be using the proper settings. However after every shutdown/restart the mouse defaults to a high LOD, default click-delay, and a very high dpi.. 1200-2000ish? I have tried everything I can think of and it still will not save the 'performance' steps.. I mean they exist because I can get to them with the profile button.. but there's some type of thing the mouse is defaulting too upon every reboot and I cannot figure out what it is.