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1) Software (SW) version and firmware (FW) version
2) Did this issue occur on a new software installation or software update?
3) What is the model number of your keyboard and layout? (e.g. KM780 RGB, NA English; etc.)
4) Which Windows OS version are you using? (e.g. Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit; Windows 10 Pro 64-bit; etc.)
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6) Your motherboard model number
7) Any antivirus/anti-malware software programs you have installed
8) Any other keyboard/mouse/similar device software you have installed

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  • Device Manager Question

    Just installed my MX780 along with the software that I downloaded.

    Was able to configure one profile just fine. My question in whether the G Skill Ripjaws mouse is supposed to be specifically named in Device Manager in either HID category or Mice or other pointing devices category.

    I have HID compliant mouse in both places and the mouse works flawlessly. I just didn't know if Device Manager is supposed to be brand specific than the generic terms used by DM. My OS is Win10 Pro 64-bit in case that matters. Thanks.

  • #2
    Seems like the MX780 mouse is generically named under DM, so you have nothing to worry about.

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    • #3
      Thank you so much. I just didn't know how it was to appear in DMgr.

      It's working fine and am very pleased with the mouse and the configuration software.

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