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  1. I have had my Black Gaming Mouse for some time now (P/N MO-BLK002DT), and have quite often experienced the cursor not working on computer start-up. Usually this is solved by switching the sensitivity up and back down - however it usually doesn't register the first button click. Recently the mouse cursor movement stopped altogether. As per many of the forum posts, the left, right and scroll wheel buttons still work, the mouse lights up correctly, and the sensitivity settings also work, but no tracking of movement. I have tried different USB ports, confirmed the ports are all working wit
  2. Hi Guys, I recently purchased the Black V2 gaming mouse. After initial software issues, I got everything running fine. However, i turned on my computer today and the mouse is suddenly unresponsive. The mouse does not move the cursor anymore, it only clicks. The only light on the mouse is the first DPI level light. I had the same issue with my original Black DTA mouse. I assumed the mouse just died (few years old), however the same issue has come back. Steps I have taken to solve the issue: Rebooting the computer several times. Changed the USB port. Checked the drivers. Uninstalled USB port d
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