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  1. After finally installing a new firmware update for my 3 year old Theron, after the update, all buttons except the profile, Mouse Button 1 and 2 and the scroll wheel stopped working. The DPI up and down, all side buttons stopped working. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the driver, i have tried in different PC's and USB's slots, restarting the PC doesn't work. There is no response, even in the profile manager and now the driver is called HID-Compliant Mouse and not Ttesports Theron. I'm not sure what to do and I do not want to buy a new mouse as other than that it works fine.
  2. Hi members, looking for a little more information. I've just recently purchased the "TT Challenger Edge Pro", Just curious as to what the buttons "CM1, CM2, CM3" mean, As I thought these meant configurable profiles such as "RTS" "MMO" or "RTS" but the software is very... Limited. Any further information would be fantastic
  3. Hi guys ! I have a problem, 4 buttons of my Challenger Ultimate keyboard are not working: F12, PrtScn, ScrLK, Pause :/ These buttons are located close to each other and have never experienced any liquid / chemical / physical harmful influence. What I have tried: 1. Removed the buttons and tried carefully pressing their membranes 2. Manually disassembled a keyboard and checked that two films with electrical lines and contacts - are correctly located 3. Reset all the keyboard internal profiles Unfortunately, these steps were not enough to fix these buttons (meanwhile, all t
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