Mouse Lag - High FPS
In window mode, my mouse does not lag at all.
In fullscreen, my mouse seems 'lazy'. It drags, doesn't go.
Both I have around 110+ FPS and it's only fullscreen that causes this, other games it doesn't happen.
My sens is 1.00 with an 800 DPI cordless logitech mouse.
AMD Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core Processor 3600+
1GB of RAM
:d I Have Also Had Alot Of Trouble With Cordless Mouses, So I Now Use A Lazer Gaming Mouse, Logitech Mx518-wired, Instead Of A Optical, It Is Alot Faster And Has An Extra Two Buttons Plus 3 Dpi Settings And Thats Without The Logi Driver. (cordless Transmitters Are Two Slow For Me !. The Computer World Has Some Catching Up To Do Yet.) In The Other I Use The Saitek P2500 Game Pad, Very Very Fast. If U Have Cat Like Reflexes, The Game Play Is Alot Faster With Two Usb Devices. The Extra Buttons Are Assingable To Ur Favourite Guns Or Functions !!! If U Are Righthanded, The Saitek Joystick At Walmart Saitek St3-- Something. U Can Aim Turn And Fire With The Mouse And Move With The Joy Stick Or Pad And Quick Change Weapons The Mouse Wheel Is Two Slow But I Still Use It Some. I Just Purchased A New High Dollar Ms Cordless Mouse Again The Same Problem
Yes, I'm getting it in 4 days.
Originally Posted by mrghost
Cordless devices are bad for gaming. But since the problem appears only in fullscreen mode it's absolutely unrelated to controllers. More like videocard. Try enabling the "Reduce Mouse Lag" option on the "Input" tab of settings menu.
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I am having a the same problem, but under slightly different conditions.
Were it a cordless mouse, the input lag would make a load of sense, but seeing that I am using one WITH a cord, I am confused. I had googled the problem, saw that it could *possibly* be sound related, which was believable; I was getting the problems when I upgraded to Vista. I tried every in-game(and out) audio option, with the same results.
So to recap:
- Corded trackball(I know, scoff if you want)
- High frame-rate
- Fine on XP -> Bogus on Vista
- Possible relation to audio
- Probable ID:10[t] error.
Any ideas? :P
EDIT: Fixed by doing something that I THOUGHT would do the exact opposite. I *unchecked* the 'Reduce Mouse Lag' option in the Input tab under settings in-game. And it's perfect now. Which, logically, seems to make absolutely no sense to me whatsoever.
Last edited by Agent4054; 05-06-2007 at 08:32 PM.
>If your mouse seems to be "lagging" in full screen mode, try changing the rendering from D3D to OpenGL. Oh and mrghost, the MX518 is an optical mouse
The Difference between a optical lazer and a optical led is alot, but yes both are light operated modulators, but one is much faster with a faster dpi. some mouse problems can be avoided by checking your control panel mouse properties, uncheck enhance mouse pointer.Works for me. Some modems hook in to the sound resorces check to see if u need the sound options on your modem for your internet usage. try to unenable map through this device. if you dont need that feature, check ur sound card and modem resorces for conflicts. if u have not tryed these soultions before, make sure u create a new restore point before making any property changes.A big video card is a must and then u have to change the ini's in the game so the Computer Builder mrghost