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Table of Contents
1 INTRODUCTION 3
1.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3
1.2 PACKAGE CONTENT 4
2 MAIN UNIT VIEWS 5
3 GETTING STARTED 6
3.1 HARDWARE INSTALLATION 6
3.2 GAMING SOFTWARE INSTALLATION 6
4 BASIC OPERATIONS 8
4.1 4-DIRECTION WHEEL BUTTON 8
4.2 DPI SETTINGS 8
4.3 GAMING MODE SETTINGS 9
4.4 PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS 9
4.5 ADJUSTABLE LIFT BUTTON 10
4.6 INTERCHANGEABLE RUBBER FINGER GRIP 10
4.7 ADJUSTING WEIGHT 11
5 USING GAMING SOFTWARE 12
5.1 BUTTON SETTINGS 12
5.2 MACRO SETTINGS 14
5.3 MACRO SETTINGS 18
6 APPENDIX 19






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Warning: This mark indicates actions that could lead to serious
injury to personnel operating the device or damage to the device
if ignored or handled incorrectly.


WARNING:
The device complies with IEC 60825-1 Class 1 laser product and
emits laser radiation during

CAUTIONS:
operation. Do NOT stare into laser beam directly. The product is
equipped with a low power laser device. To ensure the quality of
the laser device, do NOT open up the case or attempt to repair the
unit. Please contact authorized service center for any service
required.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do NOT remove the cover.
No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified
service personnel. Unplug the product from the wall outlet before
servicing or when it is not used for a long period of time.
The manufacturer should not hold responsibility for the
damage caused by any substitutions and modifications of the
product without authorization from the manufacturer or
authorized organization.








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1 Introduction

Thank you for purchasing Canyon Gaming Mouse CCR-MSG02, an ultimate
gaming mouse designed for extreme gaming experience. You have made an
excellent choice and we hope you will enjoy all of its exciting features. Please read
through the user manual carefully before using the product, and follow all of the
procedures in the manual to fully enjoy all features of the product.

1.1 Safety Precautions

Please observe all safety precautions before using Canyon Gaming Mouse
CCR-MSG02. Please follow all procedures outlined in this manual to correctly
operate the device.

Do not direct the laser beam at eyes at all times.
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the device that is not
described in this guide.
Do not place the device in contact with water or any other liquids. The
device is NOT designed to be liquid proof of any sort.
In the event of liquid entry into interior of device, immediately disconnect
the device from the computer. Continuing use of the device may result in
fire or electrical shock. Please consult your product distributor or the
closest support center.
To avoid risk of electrical shock, do not connect or disconnect the device
with wet hands.
Do not place the device near a heat source or directly expose it to flame or
heat.
Never place the device in vicinity of equipments generating strong
electromagnetic fields. Exposure to strong magnetic fields may cause
malfunctions or data corruption and loss.







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1.2 Package Content

Item Image Description Quantity

Gaming Mouse Main Unit 1

Rubber Finger Grip 1

Weight Box / Weigh Pieces(6) 1

Driver and Documentation CD 1

User Manual + Warranty Card 1









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2 Main Unit Views










4-Direction
Wheel Button
Lift Adjusting
Button
Mode Switching
Button
Changeable
Finger Grip
DPI Switch
Mode Display LED/
DPI Display LED
Internet Forward
Button
Internet Backward
Button
Finger Grip
Release Button
LED Lighting LED Lighting
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3 Getting Started

3.1 Hardware Installation


Turn on PC or notebook.
Insert USB connector into any of
the USB port on PC or notebook.
Device will be automatically
installed in a few seconds. System
reboot may be required upon
system request.
The device now is ready for use.
NOTE:
Some of the features such as wheel
button may not function properly
without driver installed.

3.2 Gaming Software Installation


Click on 501 Driver to
start driver and software
installation.
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Check/uncheck on the options and
click on Next to continue or
Cancel to exit installation.

Click on Browse to select or type in
desired installation path. Click on
Install to continue, Back to
previous page or Cancel to exit
installation.

Press Close to complete
installation when prompted.

Warning:
It is strongly recommended to remove any other existing
mouse driver before installing CCR-MSG02 driver in the
same system. Failure to comply may result in device/driver
conflict or malfunction.
It is strongly recommended to disable all other Language
Input Methods except English Input Method while executing
the gaming software.


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4 Basic Operations

4.1 4-Direction Wheel Button


Vertical Scrolling: Roll 4-Direction
Wheel Button up/down to scroll
page up/down.
Horizontal Scrolling: Tilt
4-Direction Wheel Button
left/right to scroll page left/right.
4-Direction Wheel Button can
also be assigned to Macro
functions. Please refer to sections
below for more detailed
instructions.
NOTE:
Horizontal scrolling requires driver
installed in PC or Notebook.

4.2 DPI Settings


Push the DPI Switch forward or
backward to toggle between DPI
resolution levels.
Current DPI resolution level is
displayed on DPI display LED.
Changes of DPI resolution level are
simultaneously reflected on the
display.
NOTE:
DPI resolution level can only be
toggled/adjusted after the gaming
software is installed.
DPI resolution level can be
independently defined by user
preference through gaming
software.
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4.3 Gaming Mode Settings


Press Mode Switching Button to
toggle between 7 different gaming
modes.
Current gaming is displayed on
Mode display LED. Each Mode is
represented by a different color on
the display.
LED on the front and rear ends of
device will also be displaying color
in accordance to mode change.
NOTE:
Gaming mode can only be
toggled/adjusted after the gaming
software is installed.

4.4 Programmable Buttons


A total of 9 programmable buttons
are capable of Macro function
assignment.
Each button can be assigned up to
7 different Macro functions in
accordance to 7 different modes.
NOTE:
Button 3 and Button 4 are by
default Internet Forward and
Backward buttons.
Programmable buttons can only be
assigned with Macro function(s)
after the gaming software is
installed.





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4.5 Adjustable Lift Button



Please select a surface the device
will be working with.
Press and hold Lift Adjusting
Button and quickly move device
on the surface for up to 3 seconds.
The DPI Display LED will be
blinking during the process.
Release the button when DPI
Display LED stops blinking.

4.6 Interchangeable Rubber Finger Grip


Press Finger Grip Release
Button to release Finger Grip
piece.
Insert alternate Finger Grip in the
direction as shown.







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4.7 Adjusting Weight



Release Finger Grip as shown in
the above section.
Press Weight Cartridge Release
Button to release weight
cartridge.
Add/Remove Weight Piece(s) in
the cartridge as desired.
Unused Weight Piece(s) can be
stored in the Weight Box.


Warning:
Please keep Weight Pieces from reach of children.
Ceramic footpads may cause minor damages/scratches on
surface the device is in contact with due to its rigid nature.



















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5 Using Gaming Software

Upon successful installation of Gaming Software, click on Gaming Software icon
located at Windows Notification Area or click on Start Programs Gaming Mouse
Gaming Mouse to start the application.

5.1 Button Settings

Profile Management


A total of 7 Profiles is available for storing Scripts. Each Profile represents
a customized gaming button setting group and is capable of storing up to 9
different buttons assigned with Scripts.
Profiles are numbered from 1 to 7 and each profile is assigned with a unique
color. Simply press Mode Button to cycle through 7 Modes or click on
desired Mode to select it.
To rename a profile, double-click on the Profile Name text box and type in
desired character strings (up to 64 alphanumerical characters). Press Enter
or click on anywhere other than the text box to confirm and complete
renaming.
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Button Assignment


Press Mode Button to cycle through 7 Modes or click on desired mode to
select it.
Click on, hold, and drag the user-predefined Script from Macro List to 1 of
9 buttons to complete button assignment.
Click on, hold, and release the already assigned button anywhere other than
the button itself to discard assignment.
NOTE:
Scroll up and Scroll down buttons can not be assigned as firemode.











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5.2 Macro Settings

Macro List Window


User-defined Macros are stored in Macro List. Macro functions can be
organized into different Groups with user-defined names.
To create a new Group, click on Add a new folder icon and type in desired
character strings (up to 28 alphanumerical characters) in the text box. Press
Enter or click on anywhere other than the text box to confirm and complete
process.
To rename a Group/Macro, double-click on the Group/Macro text box and
type in desired character strings (up to 28 alphanumerical characters). Press
Enter or click on anywhere other than the text box to confirm and complete
renaming.
To delete a Group or a Macro, click on, hold, and drag the entity from Macro
List to . Click on OK to confirm deletion and Cancel to cancel action. All
Macros in the deleted Group will be moved under Ungrouped Group.




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Macro Editor Window


Macro Editor allows user to record/define Commands, collect them into
one single Script, and store the Script as Macro function in the Macro List
for button assignment.
Please follow below procedures to edit Macro:
1. Double-click response type to cycle through from (Commands are
executed once), (Commands are executed repeatedly, and
(Commands are executed 3 times).
2. Place a check mark on Record the duration or intervals option to
record all time duration or intervals between keystrokes/mouse clicks.
3. Click on to start command recording session. Press keys on
keyboard, click buttons on mouse, or combination of both to record
command inputs. Click on or press Pause Break on
keyboard to stop recording. Click on to clear all Commands
on Macro Editor window.
4. Click on, hold, and drag the Commands from Macro Editor window to
a Group in Macro List window to save as Macro function. Type in
desired character strings (up to 28 alphanumerical characters). Press
Enter or click on anywhere other than the text box to confirm and
complete naming.
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5. Click on, hold, and drag the Commands from Macro Editor window to
to delete Commands.
6. Edited Commands can be saved onto host PC or loaded into Gaming
Software for later use. Simply click on to save Commands in
*.inf file or click on to restore Commands from file.


Aside from recording keyboard/mouse actions, Commands can also be
manually edited. Double-click on the desired Command to modify its
attribute.
Commands can also be manually entered by clicking and dragging the
Function buttons from function button window to Macro Editor window:
Insert Duration of Intervals:
Click on, hold, and drag the icon to Macro Editor window to insert time
duration. Double-click on the command and type in desired value to define
actual duration.
Insert Key-Down Command:
Click on, hold, and drag the icon to Macro Editor window to insert key-down
command. Press a key on keyboard to assign a key pressed.
Insert Key-Up Command:
Click on, hold, and drag the icon to Macro Editor window to insert key-up
command. Press a key on keyboard to assign a key released.
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Insert Click-Mouse-Button Command:
Click on, hold, and drag the icon to Macro Editor window to insert
mouse-button-click command. Click on a mouse button to assign a mouse
button clicked.
Insert Release-Mouse-Button Command:
Click on, hold, and drag the icon to Macro Editor window to insert
mouse-button-release command. Click on a mouse button to assign a mouse
button released.
Insert Scrolling Command:
Click on, hold, and drag the icon to Macro Editor window to insert scrolling
command. Move mouse scroll up/down to assign a scroll movement.



























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5.3 Macro Settings

DPI Adjustment


The device is capable of 4 level DPI resolution adjustment from 90 DPI to
5040 DPI where X-axis and Y-axis resolution can be adjusted
independently from each other.
Click on the corresponding number or push DPI Switch forward/backward
to locate desired DPI level for adjustment.
Click and drag the X-axis or Y-axis bar slider to adjust DPI resolution. The
new resolution values will be automatically saved in the device.
Click on the link icon to associate/disassociate locking adjustment. When the
link icon appears to be broken, X-axis and Y-axis DPI level can be adjusted
independently from each other.







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6 Appendix

Model Name CCR-MSG02
Lens Laser Lens
Light Source Laser Diode
Resolution 90 DPI ~ 5040 DPI
Maximum Acceleration 30G
Frame Rate 12000 fps
Maximum Tracking Speed 150 ips
Operation Modes 5
OS Supported Windows XP / Vista / 7
Weight ~200g
Dimensions 126.3mm X 85mm X 42mm (L*W*D)