For those of you who are using Windows 7 (and it seems plenty of you are…), I wanted to provide an update about our software development for mice and keyboards.
In early August, we will release an update to our Set Point software for mice and keyboards that is officially certified for Windows 7.
For all mice and keyboards the Logitech G9 and G9x Gaming Mice, use Set Point 4.72.
First of all go to Device Manager in Windows and expend “Mice and other pointing devices” list.
I just experienced what happens if you mess this up a few days ago. Click dot in circle..."Never install driver software from Windows Update This is in an upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. I did what was suggested here and it worked for me. I actually don't have any other interest in this forum, so I'm going to try to get my account deleted after this.
This problem is annoying, and the best thing to do is make sure all your drivers are up to speed, roll back the driver for the elan touchpad, and then use this procedure: It worked for me, 1. So far in another upgrade I did on a very similar Gateway laptop which had Windows 7, there has been no problem in Windows constantly updating to a driver that takes away my edge scroll, and gives me only a 2 finger scroll. But how do I get rid of the small blue circle flashing next to my mouse cursor. I encountered the same problem today and it really does drive one crazy... Windows automatically installs a new driver for the touchpad (new, horrible driver is ELAN touchpad driver [good old one is ASUS smart gesture]). It even installs if you have set windows NOT to install drivers.
It can also be accessed from the terminal with Core Packages Each section of the manage packages portion of the setup script have the option to install/update all packages and remove all installed packages.
You can also update/install and remove packages individually.