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Windows 10 (Requires interactive windows station) Deathadder

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by flame49271, Feb 16, 2017 at 8:34 PM.

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  1. flame49271

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    Hi, I've been having some problems lately. I bought Resident evil 7, and apparently there's a glitch where the cursor or mouse just straight up doesn't work in game, and to even get to the main menu you need to click yes or no when it asks to create a save file. Nonetheless, I troubleshot for around an hour, uninstalling my game controller drivers, which ultimately didn't work as the progress bar would be stuck forever. I also saw people mentioning that there were two drivers for their mice in the device manager section under HID Compatible Devices, and that when they deleted one of them it started to work in game. So, I tried to do that, except every time I tried to uninstall the mouse it crashes. So, I restarted my pc. When I got back in my deathadder wasn't working. I tried every USB port I have and when I tried to remove the device in the connected device settings it would get stuck on removing it and would never complete the uninstall. I restarted my pc again, this time with the mouse unplugged and went back into connected device settings, and saw that the mouse was no longer there. So, I plug it back in and it starts to install, except it says the drivers are unavailable. So naturally I try to update the drivers using the device manager (razer synapse wasn't any help as it didn't recognize my mouse) and I keep getting the message "This operation requires an interactive windows station." I'm using a trackpad right now, i hate trackpads. Can anyone help me?
     
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