I updated the driver for my Space Mouse yesterday, and now when I pan or zoom with the space mouse, the view continues to drift. Has anyone else encountered this?
Pull out the USB connector at the end of the wire/cord and replug it back in.
Yes I have. I pulled out the dongle and re inserted it and the problem went away.
Wayne Schafer wrote: Yes I have. I pulled out the dongle and re inserted it and the problem went away.
Wayne Schafer wrote:
I'm hard wired into the computer. I don't even know where the dongle is.
Wayne Schafer wrote: Pull out the USB connector at the end of the wire/cord and replug it back in.
That did it. Funny, because I took my work laptop home last night, and set it up this morning. But unplugging it and plugging it back in worked. Thanks!
Your Welcome, glad I could help.
Do this at the start of every morning for best results.
For hard reset of firmware unplug and then hold the two buttons (this if for Navigator, not sure about the other models) for 5 seconds while plugging back in.
(Got this tip from a 3DConnexion rep at a conference.)
Do not allow anything, not even a sheet of paper, to rest against the puck overnight - it takes a long time to return to steady state.
When you do the Calibrate - the 3DConnexion calibration screen might be behind SolidWorks - best to Minimize any active apps.
J. Mather wrote: CalibrateDo this at the start of every morning for best results.
J. Mather wrote:
Nope. That didn't work.
I had the same problem. I called the support team. They asked me to calibrate.
Now I have to calibrate several times a day. So annoying.
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