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QNguy15
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NUC8i7HVK Vega 24.20 mouse lag

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Hi everyone,

I have a strange situation when upgrading vega driver to the newest version (24.20.11001.1028). After upgrading (clean install) my mouse becomes very laggy when moving. I tried both wired and wireless (2.4ghz) mouses, same issue.

I downgradded to the older version (23.20.792.2048) and everything is back to normal.

Does anyone know what could be the issue?

I'm using Windows 10 pro 64-bit 1803, adata sx8200 pci-e, logitech g90 mouse.

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QNguy15
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It turned out the problem happens when I use my usb-c to HDMI cable with the new Vega driver, so updating intel driver in my previous post didn't fix it (I was using hdmi with another monitor when updating)

I went back to using my HDMI cable and it works.

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LeonWaksman
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Try to install Logitech Gaming Software latest update from 10 May 2018: http://support.logitech.com/en_in/product/g90-optical-gaming-mouse/downloads G90 Optical Gaming Mouse - Logitech Support Using this software you may control your mouse performance.

Leon

QNguy15
Novice
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Thanks for your reply but it's not the mouse, I tried another mouse already.

When I move my mouse, it moves a second later.

RWash1
Beginner
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Which version of the igpu driver are you running at the same time?

QNguy15
Novice
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The newest one

QNguy15
Novice
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The problem is fixed, so I update it here in case people stumble upon this same kind of error.

So I had to uninstall both intel and AMD graphics driver then I installed the latest intel version here:

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27847/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-10 Download Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows® 10 (24.20.100.6136)

Then I installed the VEGA 24.20.11001.1028 above again and it worked perfectly, no lagging mouse.

QNguy15
Novice
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It turned out the problem happens when I use my usb-c to HDMI cable with the new Vega driver, so updating intel driver in my previous post didn't fix it (I was using hdmi with another monitor when updating)

I went back to using my HDMI cable and it works.

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