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Please make sure that your copy of Windows is fully up to date via Windows Update. Make sure all important updates are downloaded and installed, specifically any updates that refer to .net framework.
Left-click on the "Activate Profile" button within the ST software. Or right-click on the R.A.T. icon in the task bar and left-click on the profile you want activated. The R.A.T. icon will be green when a profile is active.
Right-click on the R.A.T. icon in the taskbar and left-click on "Clear Profile".
No. This feature is not part of the R.A.T. software.
The R.A.T does not have onboard memory, so your profiles are saved as documents on your computer. These can be transferred to USB storage devices for easy transfer from PC to PC. The DPI settings on your R.A.T. are saved to the device firmware. S...
Every gamer is different, so how you set your PC will be very much down to what you need to get the job done. The bare minimum that we would recommend is making sure that Windows is not having any effect on mouse acceleration and deceleration. Fi...
The left click, right click, back and forward buttons and mouse wheel button click will be detected by game setup menus. The additional scroll barrel wheel will not be detected by game setup screens. This function needs to be configured in the ST...
Please make sure that you have removed any old mouse drivers, such as Logitech Setpoint and Razer drivers. Also make sure that 'Enhance Pointer Precision' is turned off. To do this, go to Control Panel > Mouse > Pointer Options and uncheck the box. ...
We have created a few videos that can help with some of the programming features of the SST software. Below are the links. Starting the Editor: ftp://ftp.saitek.com/pub/support/Lesson1_ProfileEditor.zip [1] Basic Key Assignments: ftp://ftp.saitek...
With any USB device, there can be problems getting the device to work when you first plug it in. There are a few things you can try to get your device working. Try doing the following to fix the problem. * Install the driver again for the device y...
Try going over the fix on our forums found here: http://www.saitekforum.com/showthread.php?t=11358 [1] Links: ------ [1] http://www.saitekforum.com/showthread.php?t=11358
The laser lens used in Cyborg R.A.T. mice is very sensitive to dust and small hairs. Cleaning the laser lens may fix the problem. To clean the laser lens, do the following: * Unplug the Cyborg R.A.T. from the computer. * Apply a small amount of ...
Earlier versions of the Mac R.A.T. drivers had an issue with the Precision Aim button. The latest driver for the R.A.T. mice addresses the Precision Aim button issue. Download the latest driver from here http://www.cyborggaming.com/download.htm.
In the latest software we have changed the location to store your profiles. Simply copy your profiles from the old C:\Users\Public\Documents\Saitek SD6 Profiles folder to the new C:\Users\Public\Documents\SmartTechnology Profiles folder.
There are times that Windows 7 or 8 will attempt to install it's own driver for your Cyborg keyboard or mouse. The attached file will walk you through manually updating the drivers for your device through device manager. The attached file will specificall...
Windows 8 will install signed drivers from Windows update. To get the latest drivers that work with the programming software, go to the download page and get the latest R.A.T.7 driver. Install the driver file and the settings page will now work.
The polling rate is how often the mouse reports data back to the PC whereas some mice on the market have the option to manually set the polling rate of the mouse. The R.A.T. range instead adopts a dynamic polling rate where we report new data on an even...
The twin-eye laser used in R.A.T. and M.M.O. mice operates in the infrared (IR) spectrum and works better with surfaces that are bright and reflective in the band of light in which the mouse operates. Because of the different coatings which can be applied...
We have found that some USB 3.0 ports can cause issues with R.A.T. mice. Moving to a USB 2.0 port should fix the issue. To determine if the port the R.A.T. is connected to is USB 3.0 or USB 2.0, please check the manual of your motherboard or compute...

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