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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".
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...
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. ...
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 ...
During the installation of the driver and software packages, the install wizard will ask you to install drivers for the Programmable Support. This is a required component if you want to programming to function correctly. Setup will require you to se...
After your system has been rebooted, rerun the software application by double clicking the downloaded software file. Follow the installation process to completion. A successful installation will be indicated by the Cyborg icon that has been added...
This issue is caused by the way in which Windows 7 manages new system tray icons.
The M.M.O.7 is supported in all of the existing profile packs. The product also has its own profile pack consisting of popular MMO titles. The profiles contain the majority of the default keyboard commands for each game, and we have assigned these k...
If you are not happy with the button layout that we have provided you can alter them by following these instructions: * Click the M.M.O.7 icon in your system tray. * Locate and right click the name of the profile that you want to adjust and left ...
The ActionLock(tm) buttons allow you to alter the input behaviour of the main left and right mouse buttons. Each ActionLock(tm) button, when clicked, will toggle the corresponding main mouse button from momentary input to latch input. Momentary inpu...
The 5D Button(tm) is essentially a 4-way Dpad with the addition of a central down press. Each component can be programmed, and quickly accessed with your thumb during gameplay. By default the central down press is set to the Precision Aim function. ...
The MMO Shift(tm) button has been added to the product to double the number of programmable functions. We have added a +Shift mode to compliment the existing three modes per profile. So, in Mode 1 you could program your action bar slot commands to the ...
The product can be adjusted in a number of ways. The thumb wing can be moved forward and back using the tool provided. The pinkie rests and palm rests can be swapped with a choice of three of each. The length of the product can be adjusted by altering ...
The product has a total of 13 physical buttons that can be programmed using our profile editor. Multiply this by six; to allow for the three profile modes and the three MMO Shift(tm) modes, and the total number of programmable commands comes to 78.
No, the product does not have onboard memory for storing profile data. However, the mouse will store your DPI and RGB settings that are applied in the ST software.
The M.M.O.7 has drivers and software for both Mac and Windows. The WoW add-on will also work on both operating systems.
The mouse has 'actionlock' buttons. They are the two orange buttons next to the DPI cycle button. Their function is to toggle the output of the main mouse buttons between normal, and latched behaviour. The check for this is if the colour of the LED ...
We have created an ST video tutorial for the Cyborg M.M.O.7. Please download the attched file to view the tutorial video.
FOR USERS WITH THE CYBORG BRANDED MODEL OF THE M.M.O.7: The ActionLock buttons can be disabled and can used as programmable buttons. To update the M.M.O. 7 and learn how to program the ActionLock buttons, please go here HTTP://WWW.CYBORGGAMING.COM/M...
If you unplug the device during an update it will remain in limbo and not function at all. The program will alert you that an error has occurred and will prompt you to reconnect the device. Once you have reconnected the device you will need to press TA...
Restarting Windows will also trap your mouse in the limbo status. To rescue it, use your keyboard to navigate your Start > Programs menu and rerun the update tool. Press TAB on your keyboard to highlight the available update option, and then press ENTE...
If at any point after an update, the mouse comes back and the sensor does not respond (but the buttons and LEDs do), simply unplug and replug the USB to get full functionality.
FOR USERS WITH THE CYBORG BRANDED MODEL OF THE M.M.O.7: The ActionLock buttons can be disabled and can used as programmable buttons. To update the M.M.O. 7 and learn how to program the ActionLock buttons, please go here HTTP://WWW.CYBORGGAMING.COM/M...
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...
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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