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Eagle Eye May 8, 2008 07:49 PM

Logitech Setpoint software and Driver detection
 
As a result of a complete system repair I have had numerous problems with my system and the software installed for my peripherial devices I have been able overcome and solve many by simply reinstalling the drivers or software, however this one I have not been able to figure out.

I recently purchased a Logitech G5 Laser Mouse and when I went to install the mouse I simply unplugged my old MX518 and plugged in the G5 thinking that the Setpoint Software would detect and install the corresponding driver for it. The mouse was detected and the driver showed as installing but after a few minutes windows would not install the driver for the G5 Laser mouse.

I recieve this error message when attempting to manually install the driver for the G5 or MX518 "The process cannot access the file because its being used by another process"

My next thought was to uninstall the setpoint software and try letting windows detect the mouse and then reinstall it with the logitech driver. Windows XP detected the mouse as a standard HID mouse and it worked, I proceeded to install setpoint 4.44 from logitech and it went through the standard installation it got to about 40% and said it was finished.

Even unstalling and re-installing the software does not remedy the problem, its very frustrating because I cannot access any of the advance features of the Setpoint software and my mouse is now nothing more then just a standard USB mouse.

Has anyone come across a problem after a windows repair where USB devices and their software don't work anymore?

Any helpfuly suggestions or comments are greatly appreciated.

Regards,

EE

tyreman May 10, 2008 04:25 AM

What do you mean by a complete system repair? ..a repair install of the OS.
I would reformat and do it new.fresh.
Yeah I know.
lots have good luck with repair redos.
know lots who haven't to.

Eagle Eye May 10, 2008 02:54 PM

After browsing the logitech forums it appears to be a bug within the setpoint software there has been some work arounds simply by editing the inf. file but it only works with certain version of the setpoint software. Logitech is aware of the problem but hasn't released any fixes or utilities yet. I am not really in the mood to do a complete format at this point and time a greater portion of the games I play have been downloaded digitally and are far to large to backup even on DVD given I could simply download them again it just takes time and I am currently sharing a computer and that other person needs access to it all the time.

tyreman May 10, 2008 06:08 PM

my G3 software is good
I think it does keyboards and other mice to
I am not sure.

Eagle Eye May 10, 2008 07:46 PM

Fixed I followed some online instructions in a post I found on the forums my setpoint software now recognizes my G5 laser mouse with all its advanced features.

arch101 October 24, 2008 09:21 AM

appologies for the topic bump but id be interested in the fix for this as i appear to be having a similar problem with a mx518

its detected as a standard HID mouse currently using some default windows driver, but when i try to install the latest setpoint to run the advanced features of the mouse, the install says its finished at 40% and my mouse then proceeds to lock up and not work untill i uninstall setpoint

any ideas?

Eagle Eye October 28, 2008 10:11 PM

Updating the thread with fix I used to solve the original problem I had.

You'll find that here: !!!SOLUTION FOR SETPOINT 4.00 INSTALL PROBLEM FOUND!!! - Mice - Software - Logitech Forums


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