FAQs

PROGRAMMABLE G KEYS

The eight “G” keys are programmable for user defined macros. If a certain keystroke combination (such as Ctrl + V) is useful in a particular program or game, you can assign it to a G key.

How to program the keys:

Step 1 – Press the red (upper right) double circle key to begin macro recording
Step 2 – Select and press any of the G1-G8 keys
Step 3 – Enter your keystroke combination (such as Ctrl + V) (* up to 42 keys)
Step 4 – Press the red (upper right) double circle key to finalize macro recording
* See manual for macro playback speed options.

[W] [A] [S] [D] KEYS

To interchange the function of direction keys, please do the procedure below:

Step 1 – Press and hold the [FN] key
Step 2 – Press the [W] key to interchange the function of the four letter keys [W] [A] [S] [D] and four direction keys [UP] [DOWN] [LEFT] [RIGHT]
Step 3 – Repeat the above operation and restore the previous setting

To find the installed software, here are the steps that you can follow:

  1. Go to Start button
  2. Click All programs
  3. Click 5-button mouse
  4. Click Driver Configuration
  5. Mouse icon will appear on your taskbar
  6. Double Click the icon and you can program the buttons

It has 33 options for button configuration:

  1. Click
  2. Auto Scroll
  3. Right Click
  4. Back Command
  5. Forward Command
  6. Copy
  7. Cut
  8. Paste
  9. Mark
  10. Double Click
  11. Delete
  12. Open my Computer
  13. Mail
  14. WWW
  15. Scroll Repeat Up
  16. Scroll Repeat Down
  17. Application Switch
  18. Close Window
  19. Scroll Left
  20. Scroll Right
  21. Redo
  22. Undo
  23. Run…
  24. Start Menu
  25. Word
  26. Excel
  27. Power Point
  28. Calculator
  29. Log off
  30. Maximize
  31. Minimize
  32. Zoom –
  33. Zoom +

For drivers and manuals for your specific device, click Download Product Manuals & Drivers

MACRO RECORDING

If you want to use and record actions using Macros please complete the following steps.

Step 1 – Click the button that you want to use.
Step 2 – Go to Macro -> Macro Manager
Step 3 – Record the actions that you want to use. For example, if you need to record continuously pressing the left or right click, click on Mouse Actions located at the bottom right corner, and then click [Left button] or [Right button].
Step 4 – When you want to cancel the process, press the stop button to cancel this function.

CANCELLING MACRO

Press and hold the button continuously until the macro process stops.

For drivers and manuals for your specific device, click Download Product Manuals & Drivers

CONNECTION QUICK FIX

Try to use a different USB port and restart your PC. If the problem persists, contact customer support.

NOT RECOGNIZED

Please note that our products run without any driver software for XP&WIN7&WIN8, the driver software is only designed for customized functions and settings. When plugged into PC, (5~30 seconds) it starts working after all the lights are turned on.

If WINDOWS did not identify the mouse, please choose “YES” when installing is prompted until finished.

If the “Firewall” prompts when installing, please choose “YES” until finished. Then restart your computer, it will work after the mouse information is loaded.

BINDING KEYS

  1. Open the Redragon mouse software and go to the “MAIN tab”
  2. Choose the button you want to customize
  3. Click the button and a menu list will appear
  4. If the key that you want to bind is not in the list, choose single key for single key command (i.e. [ENTER]) and Combo Key for key combination commands (i.e. [CTRL]+[ALT]+{DELETE])
  5. Click “Apply”

CHANGING DPI

  1. Open the Redragon mouse software and go to the “DPI tab”
  2. Note that the mouse has 5 default profiles DPI1-DPI5. You can change the DPI settings up to 16400 DPI of every profile of the mouse using this tab
  3. Click “Apply”

CHANGING LIGHT SETTINGS

  1. Open the Redragon mouse software and go to the “Light tab”
  2. Note that the mouse has 5 default profiles. You can change the Light settings from 16 million LED color options.
  3. Click “Apply”

The wireless mouse needs a USB receiver to be plugged in to your computer. Often, this nano receiver is stored in the bottom of the mouse when not in use. Simply plug this in to your computer and you are good to go.

Some wireless mice are born without power buttons. They still manage to live a healthy life, and this is in fact quite normal.

  • The mouse will automatically hibernate and shut down to conserve power after eight minutes without use.
  • Press any button to wake the mouse.

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