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1-08-2010 @ 4:16PM
There's nothing to do to make the firmware "take effect" - the executable you download is just a EEPROM writer with the firmware binary bundled in. It extracts the binary, flashes it to the EEPROM chip in the mouse, and then the mouse uses the new binary (Like upgrading the BIOS on a motherboard). As long as the firmware flash succeeds, there's no way for the mouse to be using anything other than the firmware that was flashed to it. I'd do like I said above, and e-mail Razer about the issue. Be specific about your operating environment, including OS, other hardware, installed software that may be conflicting, etc.
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