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    ROG Enthusiast AgenBlaze +10 AgenBlaze's Avatar
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    What mouse came with the Asus G75VW

    I'm trying to find the drivers for the mouse that came with the Asus G75VW but I'm not sure whether it's tje GX800 or GX850 because both of them looks the same. The only difference I know is the max DPI(GX800 has max DPI of 3200 while GX850 has a max of 5000)

    EDIT: Nevermind,it's the GX850.
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    My G75VW came with the GX850 too. I never installed any drivers for it. Works right out the box for all my games. All buttons functional. DPI button as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfart View Post
    I never installed any drivers for it. Works right out the box
    Maybe because the Gaming Mouse Driver was installed by factory default (even at my G75VX that came without a mouse).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karrde View Post
    Maybe because the Gaming Mouse Driver was installed by factory default (even at my G75VX that came without a mouse).
    No...it just works. Nothing fancy or extra here. BTW Im running Win7 Home Prem x64
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    http://www.service.asus.com/#!downloads/c1wax Unities / Gaming mouse this is the driver I am using for the mouse that came with my G75vw Win7 Don't really see a model number on the mouse.
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    I installed the GX850 drivers and allows me to customize it more. The problem is that the mouse will not work for a few seconds after the computer starts up. Any Idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgenBlaze View Post
    The problem is that the mouse will not work for a few seconds after the computer starts up. Any Idea?
    Wait a few seconds, LOL?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AgenBlaze View Post
    I installed the GX850 drivers and allows me to customize it more. The problem is that the mouse will not work for a few seconds after the computer starts up. Any Idea?
    Do you have ur touchpad set to "disable when USB mouse is detected" or similar? I used to have a delay too when I had my touchpad configured this way. I disabled touchpad in bios and delay is gone. g/l

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHADO View Post
    Wait a few seconds, LOL?
    lol, yes just take any extra toke when you boot-up and you'll never notice!

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    Well I never had this problem with this mouse before the driver is installed or any other mouse. And I can't disable touchpad since I still use it sometime. I disabled it via fn+f9 on default though so every startup it will be disabled

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