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Greetings,

 

I have a level 10 M as one of the three pointing devices on my rig.

Somehow I cannot find the driver for this mouse.

Dont get me wrong I have the mouse software installed and running.

Also I did run the firmware update tool and got a message like there is no need for update.

 

My problem is that in device manager it shows as a default "HID compliant mouse" and in devices and printers it shows as a keyboard labeled "TT esports level 10 mouse".

 

Sorry if this is a known issue, I have searched for "level 10 M driver" but couldnt find any relevant entries on the forum.

 

Best regards

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Yup, not a driver.

Unpacked it, installed, ran executable.

 

Now I have a tray icon with options:

1) Enable/Disable run at startup

2) Enable/Disable OSD

3) Go to TT website

4) Exit

 

Doesnt seem to do anything, 4th option seems to be the most functional one.

To be fair, I officially have a 26 MB link to the official http://www.ttesports.com/site.

 

Returning to the starting point, does this mouse have a driver?

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Yup, not a driver.

Unpacked it, installed, ran executable.

 

Now I have a tray icon with options:

1) Enable/Disable run at startup

2) Enable/Disable OSD

3) Go to TT website

4) Exit

 

Doesnt seem to do anything, 4th option seems to be the most functional one.

To be fair, I officially have a 26 MB link to the official http://www.ttesports.com/site.

 

Returning to the starting point, does this mouse have a driver?

 

Hi there,

 

Upon installation of the software it is recommended that you restart your system.

 

Once you restarted, insert the device into your USB socket and then click on the command centre software, which should auto detect your device.

 

If this has not resolved your issue, could you please record a little video on your phone of this process and we can pass onto our PM team for review.

 

Btw, which OS version are you using?

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My system is running on win 7 home premium.

 

I did as you asked.

-Unplug TTesports mouse

-Reset machine

-Run TTesports command center

-Plug mouse

 

Windows operating system tries to find a driver.

System ends up installing one default HID mouse driver and one default HID keyboard driver.

No observable activity from TTesports command center.

 

I am attaching two screenshots before and after plugging the mouse.

Even in "mouse_unplugged" picture you will see two HID mouse devices and two HID keyboard devices on device manager.

Thats because of a touchpad keyboard, system installs one mouse and one keyboard deriver for touchpad, and one of each for the keyboard also.

 

Third mouse is a trackball that has a driver from the producer.

 

Windows works less than ideal for plug and play peripherals. Thats why im looking for a driver I can manually install.

 

Thanks for your attention

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Also my problem is not purely cosmetics.

Mouse itself works except for one thing, I cannot set wheel scroll speed on mouse software. That can only be changed fthrough default drivers.

The real problem is that mouse software and default drivers are both trying to set cursor speed, sensitivty, wheel speed etc.

I have to fiddle with both of them in order to achieve desired sensitvity for each dpi setting.

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