For those who read the M65 repair and are back for more. We do appreciate your readership! This guide is going to cover the problem along with a quick tear-down and rebuild of the mouse.
In case you have no-script enabled or for some reason cannot see the title video on this website. I have provided direct links for these videos. The problem according to the box we received this unit in had the words:. Short, sweet and to the point. Upon taking out the mouse and looking at it our reaction was the following:.
This cable has been chewed upon, tugged, pulled, rubbed up against sharp surfaces to the point where the plastics underneath are sticking out of the braid. This is what happens when someone is gaming so hard they forget how to take care of their hardware. This is a real shame. You will need the following tools:. To gain access to the screws on the Corsair Scimitarwe will have to use a knife or a jewelers flat-blade screwdriver to slowly pry the Teflon mouse pads from the bottom.
Depending on the age and environment your mouse has been in. The double-sided sticky tape will come off as one piece or may require you to pry a little slower so it all comes off.
If this is your first time opening this mouse it should come off and allow us to re-use the tape without having to apply any glue.How to Fix Squeaky Scroll Wheel - Corsair M65 Pro RGB Gaming Mouse
Note: for those who have never owned one of these before. It will not allow us to get into the mouse so leave that screw alone. Using your jewelers Phillips screwdriver you can now remove the four screws to begin opening this mouse. Using our trusty cel-phone plastic pry-pic we can begin popping the tabs that are holding everything in place by starting at the back of the mouse and working forward.
Some people suggest that you start at the front and work your way back. You can use a flat-blade jewelers screwdriver but the metal could scuff the hell out of the plastics.
So be careful. Once inside you get to see all of the glorious parts pictured above. Simply remove the single Phillips screw. Then with the flat-blade jewelers pull up the tabs on either side of the ribbon cable and gently tug on the cable to release. Note: do not use force on the ribbon cable!
Breaking the ribbon cable connector will render your mouse useless! Once both the ribbon cable and screw are removed you can simply pull up to remove the number pad on the Corsair Scimitar mouse. If you are dealing with sticky mouse buttons this would be the time to flip over the main board on this mouse to begin soldering and replacing said micro switches. The mainboard should pull straight up from its base. After this, we can finally remove the mouse cable from the base plate.
To remove the custom boot-plug from the front of the mouse you may need to use a jewelers flat-head to wedge into the underside for the cable to pop out. Corsair was a group of assholes for making custom molding instead of going with a standard boot or even just straight-running it into the channel. Once the cable is removed this would be a great time to clean out all of the dust and crap that was building up around the laser optics of this mouse.
Or so we hope! This means that we have to strip away an additional three inches of cable so it fits along the channel.The mouse wheel or roller on the top of a wheel mouse can malfunction.
Below is help for resolving this issue, as well as suggestions on what to do if troubleshooting doesn't help. If you're running any version of Microsoft Windows and are encountering issues with the mouse wheel, adjust the mouse settings through the Mouse Properties window.
This window can be accessed by opening the Control Panel, clicking Hardware and Soundand then clicking Mouse. In the Mouse Properties window, select the Wheel tab. Then, try adjusting the number of lines to scroll the mouse or try changing the mouse to scroll one page at a time. After this is adjusted, click Apply and then click OK.
Verify this change helps correct your mouse issues. If you're using a mouse not manufactured by Microsoftyou may also want to adjust the mouse settings through the software that came with it. For example, Logitech mice often have software separate from Windows that allows users to adjust their mouse settings.
Often these programs are accessible by clicking a mouse icon in the Systray. If the suggestions above do not help resolve your issue or mouse software is not installed on your computer, we suggest trying to install the latest mouse drivers. See the input manufacturers section for a listing of links to mouse manufacturers.
Mouse wheel issues can also be due to corrupt system files in Windows. To resolve this issue, a Windows repair is needed to replace the corrupted system files. We recommend you back up your files before running the Windows repair, to avoid losing any files. You can also try restoring Windows to a previous point in time when the wheel functioned properly. See: How to restore Windows to an earlier copy. If your computer has an operating system other than Microsoft Windows, we suggest trying to reinstall the software that came with the mouse.
You can also try installing the latest mouse drivers for your operating system from the mouse manufacturer's website.
There are thin spaces on either side of the mouse wheel, and over time, dust and dirt can get in cause issues with the scrolling of the wheel. Try cleaning the mouse, especially around the wheel, using compressed air.
Corsair Scimitar RGB Pro gaming mouse – Disassembly and repair.
You may be able to dislodge and remove some of the dust and dirt, improving the movement and functionality of the wheel. If, after following the above steps, you still are encountering issues, it's likely that the mouse is defective.
As the repair costs are usually more than a new mouse, we suggest contacting the mouse manufacturer for a replacement, if it's still under warrantyor purchasing a new mouse. Tip You can also try restoring Windows to a previous point in time when the wheel functioned properly. Additional information See our mouse definition for further information and related links. Computer mouse help and support. Was this page useful?Due to the COVID outbreak, we are experiencing high order volumes and understand that you may have concerns about products being delivered to you.
Reputation: M90 Mouse Wheel Problem. Recently, whenever I try to scroll down using the mouse wheel, it would sometimes scroll several lines more than the registered amount, or when I try to scroll up, it would scroll down instead. Also, I habitually tend to rest my finger on the mouse wheel, and a slight applied force to the mouse wheel would cause it to scroll down.
If it matters, my finger is on the left side of the wheel and not on top or to the right. I noticed that I'm not the only one having this problem with this mouse. From writing this, I realized that the wheel is not fixed in place, and, in lack of better words, is able to slightly wobble from side to side.
Other information that may be relevant: -Bought this mouse on May 14, from Amazon. Toasted's PC Specs. The Vengeance Mice have two year warranty.
You can request an RMA to replace it. Originally Posted by Toasted. We will be more than happy to replace the mouse for you. Quadpoly's PC Specs. I am having the same problem with my wheel on my M90 being too sensitive and scrolling when I barely touch it. It does this in all programs and can make middle clicking very difficult at times.
The right side of the wheel is somewhat loose, which might be part of the problem. The M90 has the latest drivers and firmware. Should I request an RMA for it? Originally Posted by Quadpoly.
I'm having the exact same problem. I already read about this issue at overclock3d. Thanks, C. If you are still in warranty 2 years from purchase date. Sorry for replying so late but I'm finally home but I can't find the original packaging the mouse came in and I don't know the "lot number. Edit: Nvm found the part number from the order details.
I been having this scroll issues for a while but recently it got worst and i couldn't take it anymore.
Corsair M65 Pro RGB gaming mouse – Disassembly and repair.
I practically am now used to using the vertical scroll by click I've had the M90 for a year and half now. I have so many corsair products and m90 mouse 'scroll' has been my only disappointment. Well I was told to attach the invoice to the ticket and did it within the hour of being asked to. Ticket Mouse wheel is extremely annoying nowThis includes referral links, including Amazon!
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Let us know! Contact Moderators. I've purchased my corsair Glaive recently. And I noticed a weird interaction with the scroll wheel. Whenever i scroll up or down softly, the mouse doesn't register this input, it just sort of moves the wheel without it doing anything to input a scroll command. First, you are going to follow the video on how to disassemble your corsair glaive mouse, stop disassembling when you can see your mouse wheel clear enough. Now you should see that there are two parts to the mouse wheel: a rubber wheel and a metal wheel inside it.
To fix this i used super glue to glue the rubber and metal wheel from the side of the mousewheel so that when i move the rubber one the metal would move with it indefinitely. What version of CUE are you using? Its not a software sort of problem.
I basically scroll it softly and it does roll without hitting the input button thats inside the mouse. Contrary to when i scroll it with extra force, i can feel the wheel move something which i believe is what inputs the command to scroll.Joinsubscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. Some stickier scroll wheels take all the strength you have to get down a notch or two, while others can be too loose and will have you hugging the bottom of the page with a light flick.
You can do this by either clicking on the scale and tapping left or right on your arrow keys, or holding the indicator down and dragging it to the number you want. Once the mouse dialog pops up, you should see a window that looks something like this. Every time you scroll a notch, the wheel will skip an entire page of content at once, rather than going through it line by line. Which scroll speed is right for you will be based on your mouse and your own personal preference.
Keep in mind that your mouse may also have its own additional sensitivity settings, either on the mouse itself or in the software that came with it. Image Credits: Pixabay.
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Contact Moderators. I sure hope you didn't buy it directly from Corsair as you would need to deal with their RMA. Recently had my m65 pro rgb do this. Gladly i bought it locally so just took it back and exchanged it :.
After 5 month of usage mine went complently loose, the rubber doesnt have anything to grip thats why. Little late to this but my Glaive is doing something similar and I have a feeling the warranty has just run out.
I'm sad to report my search for a reliable mouse needs to continue. A bit surprising this is the first button to fail. This mouse has been perfect for me, superb quality, feel, features and tracking so I'm not best happy.
It started to fail 2 days ago when I noticed clicking the middle button to open new threads wasnt doing its job all the time. Yesterday it got pretty tricky, the button would work if I pressed the front of the wheel hard. Today I am forced to right click, open in new tab. I tried rapid clicking it to potentially clean the contacts but it makes no difference. For now I have programmed one of the side buttons to perform the middle mouse button press, perhaps this will suffice, I dont know yet.
I'm very disappointed that this premium price mouse is just as bad as cheap ones for button reliability. And that it failed just outside the warranty period. I'm not a fan of RMAing for many reasons. The cost of shipping and in this case I will have to pay for the repair, if they will do it outside of the 2 year window.
I wont get a new product and wont get back the mouse I sent. What I will get is another previously failed mouse with other potential flaws, you have no idea how it was treated. I looked after this mouse to be sure of a long life, it still looks new.
This wont matter once it is sent back. My fears are other buttons failing or the cable developing a fault. My reasons for posting this are to add my reliability experience to the mix and ask if anyone else has had an early failure of their Corsair Mouse?