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07 Apr 2010 15:37 #3476 by Dreyvas
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+Karma, what a great deal. I'm even tempted, hmmm.

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07 Apr 2010 15:40 #3478 by Wingless92
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I fixed it sweetheart just for you. Well, and Twodaves, gotta help a brother out!

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07 Apr 2010 16:48 #3494 by Twodavez
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Too bad i couldn't have it here by the weekend (at least without spending the sales price in shipping) I'll get with my bro-in-law and see if this is in the budget for him, he'd be soo happy to get something upgraded from the "stock" mouse he has now. I never knew how big of a difference a mouse made. Now that i have a gaming mouse, i'm a believer!

“Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.” - Mark Twain

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08 Apr 2010 03:08 #3524 by Leonresevil2
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Wingless92 wrote:

www.bestbuy.com/site/Logitech+-+G9+Laser...538878&skuId=8472324


Interesting look, is it actually comfortable?
I had an infamous issue with a Logitech mouse, system software destroyed my XP boot files, spend a lot to get my computer working again. I think Logitech has gotten better maybe, but I'll probably go with a Razer. Eventually.

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08 Apr 2010 04:08 #3526 by Shroud
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I'll destroy someone elses keyboard for the gaming one, but I just got a new wireless keyboard for christmas so I can't destroy it just yet. But give me someone elses and that thing will be freakin destroyed! :laugh:

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09 Apr 2010 00:39 #3584 by Davey_Boy
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Shroud wrote:

I'll destroy someone elses keyboard for the gaming one, but I just got a new wireless keyboard for christmas so I can't destroy it just yet. But give me someone elses and that thing will be freakin destroyed! :laugh:


I'm gonna make sure I destroy mine before you grab it and destroy it for me lol I can just see it now. Time to destroy your keyboards for the G15 *Shroud grabs mine and just smashes it on the ground* "Done!"

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09 Apr 2010 01:30 #3589 by Shroud
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Whatever lets me win. :cheer:

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09 Apr 2010 01:41 #3591 by garfi3ld
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Leonresevil2 wrote:

Wingless92 wrote:

www.bestbuy.com/site/Logitech+-+G9+Laser...538878&skuId=8472324


Interesting look, is it actually comfortable?
I had an infamous issue with a Logitech mouse, system software destroyed my XP boot files, spend a lot to get my computer working again. I think Logitech has gotten better maybe, but I'll probably go with a Razer. Eventually.


I love the multiple shells.


how did their software mess up your boot files??

Wes

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12 Apr 2010 19:44 #3691 by Leonresevil2
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garfi3ld wrote:

how did their software mess up your boot files??


Apparently the software uninstaller decided to take out windows sys files needed to execute the main operating system. Basically: booted up, connected mouse, installed software, found it didn't work with most games, uninstalled software, it requested a reboot, then wouldn't boot into the OS again upon reboot. Didn't know about OS discs and such at the time. Paid big time to retrieve my data, and get everything running somewhat like it was before. Horrible experience, found others online with the same issue, and Logitech took no liability with the issue.

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12 Apr 2010 19:56 #3694 by Dreyvas
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Assuming a person did have the OS install discs, you could probably boot from them to repair your system in a situation like that, I think. But yeah, if you didn't, you'd be SOL.

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