go to advanced mouse settings in windows and there you can chenge the double clicking speed. But first of all try to return it mby they will send a new one
return it or replace the switch, no other fix
if you can return it, get a viper mini, optical switches dont double click
IF you disassemble the mouse and get to the switch, then take out the 'spring' out (not a coiled spring, but a spring nonetheless), you can re-tension it to get rid of the double clicking
i had a g102 started to not register clicks and sometimes double clicking so i got it replaced
My Corsair did this shit and they kept saying it was the physical mouse instead of their shitty iCUE software
Every time it happens I just order a new one put the old one in the box and refund it sayings its defective because fuck them if they tell you to just buy a new one and cant even be bothered to fix a software issue that has years worth of bug reports
Probably the fastest fix tbh is just to do the same if you can get it from Amazon or somewhere else that wont bother checking
completely normal for a g102
get a new one
My G403 started doing this after 5 years of service and broke down 1 week later
You can get a program with macro which blocks double clicks i think
I had a logitech double click last year, and just got it replaced thru the warranty but I hear u can repair it pretty easily.
It took over 1 month for me to get the replacement because of the process u need to go through, show video proof of the double clicking, cut the wire on your mouse, send a ton of pictures, get it delivered, and its not like they respond instantly.
So I would just try to repair or buy a new one, my logitech replacement also started double clicking faster than my first one so I ended up buying a steelseires instead of trying to get it replaced lol
Just replace the switch. I've replaced my mouse's switches a total of 3 times over 7-8 years, with no other problems. It takes 15 minutes and is cheap, much better than any other option.
just clean under the button that is double clicking with compressed air or smthn
Try breathing into the mouse, the moisture will help, it's a temporary fix though.
FUCK logitech, shit company, all their mice do this.
this is a logitech budget mouse so it wasn't built to last long. i had a logitech g300s and a g203 (also budget mice) and they broke within less than a year or two.
sure u can fix it on yt but its sort of a hassle. just get a new mouse (i got the razer deathadder v2 and its working me wonders rn ^^^)
i had a g403 that double clicked a ton - the only fix was to use the logitech mouse software that literally spies on you
anyways so i got a glorious model o because the g403 feet started getting too small and that has been working well for me
get a zowie mouse, their clicks work.
Time for a new mouse. Pretty soon you won't be able to spray.