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TheMCfarmer

Mouse and Keyboard deactivate during play.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I only really notice it while playing games, but can assume may be happening at other times too.

 

While holding down a key or mouse button (ie walking forward or scoping in) it will deactivate and get stuck in the off position, even while I continue to hold it down, until I release and repress.

This is happening every 5-10 seconds and is a real pain while trying to play anything.

 

Mouse = Logitech G502

Keyboard = Fire Dancing 1st Player Gaming Keyboard

Both plugged into motherboard USB3.0

Games experienced in: Trailmakers, Call of Duty Modern Warfare

 

Any ideas at all?

Thanks

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4 minutes ago, TheMCfarmer said:

I only really notice it while playing games, but can assume may be happening at other times too.

 

While holding down a key or mouse button (ie walking forward or scoping in) it will deactivate and get stuck in the off position, even while I continue to hold it down, until I release and repress.

This is happening every 5-10 seconds and is a real pain while trying to play anything.

 

Any ideas at all?

Thanks

@TheMCfarmer My mouse does that sometimes but not every 5-10 sec thankfully. It was like not responding for about 2 sec randomly while playing world of warcraft. Keyboard, Mouse, Headset, MousePadLED were all plug in the 4 USB slot on the top USB 2.0. Switched the Mouse to USB 3.0 below which is away from others. Nothing pop up since then. I can't tell it get fixed but I need to wait and see.

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Probably be useful if you noted keyboard, manufacturer or brands, type of connection, what games it is happening in?

 

Actually any information at all would probably assist.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, Dravinian said:

Probably be useful if you noted keyboard, manufacturer or brands, type of connection, what games it is happening in?

 

Actually any information at all would probably assist.

Updated OP thanks

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I had the same experience playing The Outer Worlds.  I thought the batteries had gone in my mouse/keyboard.

 

However, it isn't that old (like months).

 

If any actually has an answer I would like to know too.

 

I asked for details incase you were hard wired in and therefore were facing a completely different problem.

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