Fix Logitech G700 double-click issue

Update 9/5/23: For whatever reason traffic to this old post is gaining traction from Google searches. The real solution to this is to replace the switches as outlined in my newer posts on the G Pro Wireless and G900/G903.
Here’s a YouTube video demonstrating disassembly and switch replacement the G700:

Recently my G700 started experiencing the double-click issue; unfortunately it is out of warranty. Searching around on the internet I found a guide on how to fix it here:

The mouse in the guide is a different model but the actual switch unit is the same (Omron D2FC-F-7N).  In the process of fixing my G700, I managed to damage one of the mouse feet at the bottom. I bought my replacement feet for the G700 from Cooler Guys. These mouse feet are made by Corepad; they glide much smoother than the original feet and come in sets of 2.

How to Uninstall Exchange 2013 on Server 2012

Last year I set up 2012 AD and Exchange 2013 for testing in my home lab (Citrix XenServer 6.2 on i7-950, 12GB DDR3, Rocketraid 3510). Fast forward to this year where I remembered Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1 is finally supported on Server 2012 R2. I wanted to do a clean install of Exchange Service Pack 1 onto a Server 2012 R2 VM in my AD environment, so I needed to uninstall Exchange 2013 first. However, removing Exchange isn’t as simple and going to Add/Remove Programs. If you do that first without anything else, you will get a wall of text like the one below:


Fortunately after some googling, I found the commands to successfully remove Exchange 2013 thanks to this blog post:

Now you can uninstall Exchange 2013 from Add/Remove Programs.

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