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Elmofongo: OK let me explain this as best as I can. Last December I ordered what I heard was one of the best mouses for gaming, A Razor Naga Mouse (jpeg below is the exact mouse I have)

http://assets.razerzone.com/eeimages/products/13785/razer-naga-2014-right-03.png

I bought this one mostly for durability reasons, I want a mouse that can last a long time and one where I can mash the buttons a lot for games like Diablo. So during the first few months the mouse was working perfectly. But since February the mouse keeps disconnecting and reconnecting. Also I notice the when it disconnects the lights on the mouse are still on. Now at first mabye its the mouse itself, I notice that moving the cable affects it.

BUT I gave the mouse to my brother to use on his desktop, he played a whole DOTA 2 match with it (usually last less than an hour) and not once did it disconnect for him. So my brother told me the possibility that its not the mouse, but driver issues on my computer.

Right now I am just asking for your help if anyone knows how to fix this problem.
Check your USB ports. They may be getting worn down a bit and the plug from your mouse isn't making contact with the port on your PC. I had this issue with a couple of ports of mine for some odd reason. Switching to a different USB port *should* help :)
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JudasIscariot: Check your USB ports. They may be getting worn down a bit and the plug from your mouse isn't making contact with the port on your PC. I had this issue with a couple of ports of mine for some odd reason. Switching to a different USB port *should* help :)
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Elmofongo: Well I did plug the mouse in another USB port and its still the same problem. Though I just did that for one port I never bothered trying the rest.
Then the plug might be getting worn on the mouse but I don know that what you describe is basically one part not making contact with the other since you are getting lights on your mouse.

If this were my mouse I'd try gently tapping the mouse's USB plug to try and get it into a tighter shape so that it makes full contact with the USB port on your PC.
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JudasIscariot: Then the plug might be getting worn on the mouse but I don know that what you describe is basically one part not making contact with the other since you are getting lights on your mouse.

If this were my mouse I'd try gently tapping the mouse's USB plug to try and get it into a tighter shape so that it makes full contact with the USB port on your PC.
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Elmofongo: What do mean by tapping the mouse's USB plug?
See the metal part? I mean tapping that to see if it makes for a tighter connection BUT don't do it, though, as I am not 100% sure if it's the plug or your mouse's cord.
Post edited March 17, 2015 by JudasIscariot