Accidentally overwrote mouse drivers with Zadig

Discussion in 'Mice and Keyboards' started by mosin40, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. mosin40

    mosin40 n00b

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    So i used Zadig to install a gamecube controller hub and accidentally overwrote my mouse drivers and it's not being recognized in mouse's software (Logitech Gaming Software)

    Current mouse is a Logitech G Pro and this is how the device manager is showing my mouse's drivers
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    I'd like a way to fix this and/or a how to do a firmware flash
     
  2. michalrz

    michalrz 2[H]4U

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    I've never experienced this, but there is a piece of software called deviceremover.
    You can run it in safe mode (but no necessarily) and delete the offending drivers.
    Afterwards, you should be able to one by one re-install the mouse.
     
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  3. gangolfus

    gangolfus Gawd

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    The first thing I would try is right-click and uninstall all 3 devices. If it asks you if you want to delete the drivers, pick yes. Then reboot.
     
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