Geregistreerd op: 26 Mei 2018
|Geplaatst: 03-06-2018 10:14:23 Onderwerp: mouse not working any more after it falls asleep
I have a bit of a strange config here. It's a MBP 13" non-TB 2017, Windows 10 Education Creators Update running with Bootcamp Drivers (the latest that Bootcamp Assistant downloaded as of last night), but Windows is running on an external USB3 SSD as a portable "Windows To Go" installation.
This is my trusty mouse that has always worked solid no matter what system I've tried it on, but it's giving me grief now. It's a Logitech MX Anywhere 2 that I'm trying to run over Bluetooth (I much prefer the Logitech Unifying receiver, alas, no USB-A). It pairs ok, but as soon as the mouse goes to sleep, it doesn't work any more as a pointing device. This means I can usually only get a max runtime of about 30-45 seconds before it stops working entirely. I can tell that the mouse wakes up ok, because there's a light on the bottom that glows when it's active. The only way that I can get it working again is to unpair it, and then re-pair it. Rebooting doesn't seem to work.
Things I've tried:
-using Windows' built in drivers
-using Logitech's drivers through their "Options" app
-uninstalling and reinstalling Windows' built in drivers
-uninstalling and reinstalling Logitech Options
-repairing the Bootcamp drivers
Works perfectly fine with Bluetooth in High Sierra. I haven't tried any other Bluetooth devices, as I don't have any. I guess I could try with my iPhone...
At wit's end here, as Apple's Windows touchpad drivers are horrid, and the whole point of running Windows was to play games which is something I can't do with a touchpad anyway. Help me Ars, you're my only hope (trust me! I've scoured the web for this problem, and couldn't find any one else with the same issue!)
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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