Logitech Performance Mx Mouse Driver Windows 10

Logitech Performance Mx Mouse

Windows 10 Nvme Driver there. In my case I like to program the scroll wheel to 'double click' which the default driver does not.at least not that I can see. The latest Set Point driver gives me ' cant find device' hence I went searching for a driver that would work from Logitech.

It supports such operating systems as Windows 10, Windows 8 / 8.1, Windows 7 and Windows Vista (64/32 bit). To download and install the Logitech Performance Mouse MX driver manually, select the right option from the list below. Hi @Bosslb, I'd be happy to assist in setting up your MX Master Wireless Mouse. Do you have the latest updates for the Windows 10 (bootcamp) Bluetooth drivers?

The Mouse I have is a 'Unifying mouse' M510 I was wondering because there was no wireless keyboard present It gave that cant find device error. I have a wired keyboard.

Other than that I have no idea why I get the errorI understand reasons you mention about certain buttons can not be changed without it. Only what you see in Mouse settings in Control Panel. Unifying software from Logitech is only used for wireless devices to pair new devices up to 8 i believe and upair devices from wireless receiver this is all this does. Hp Dvd1260 Driver Windows 10 here.

Can't find device, where is this showing exactly in Setpoint? I understand reasons you mention about certain buttons can not be changed without it. Only what you see in Mouse settings in Control Panel. Unifying software from Logitech is only used for wireless devices to pair new devices up to 8 i believe and upair devices from wireless receiver this is all this does.

Can't find device, where is this showing exactly in Setpoint?At the risk of screwing up things I decided to give it a try (installing the latest Setpoint again) I downloaded SetPoint6.67.82_smart executed the run command and immediately get the 'Installation could not be completed' Unable to find the required components. I'm using the Logitech M510 mouse using the earlier set point driver. The advice I received from Logitech was in fact incorrect. I finally learned from the forum that the Setpoint installation was itself the problem. Once I uninstalled it, everything worked perfectly. Turns out, it is not needed for the MX Anywhere 2. I thought you might like to know for future reference.