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I recently bought an Intellimouse Explorer 3.0. Problem is, this thing is slow. Major pixel skipping in QL. I followed this guide to adjust the mouserate. I restart my PC, my mouse will not function. I Change to a different USB port and it works...at default rate, etc.

Now stuck with a dead USB port and a mouse that skips pixels. In Quake Live my sensitivity is at 30! And my pointer speed full in windows. Cant play any FPS games now.

I checked the CSS guide, but the tool provided constantly gives me error messages. Not usable. I'd appreciate any help. Thanks guys.
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post #2 of 16
Quote:
Originally Posted by Acoustiks;14443784 
...mouse that skips pixels...pointer speed full in windows...

Your USB-port is dead, nothing you can do about.
But, if you play with sens 30 and windows-sens 11/11 then you must have a 1cm/360 "real" sensitivity, thats crazy!

And about that skipping, of course it skips because you set the windows-sens to 11/11. Basically that means that your movement gets multiplied by 3.5, thus the pointer will move minimum 3pixels (for a normally 1 pixel move).

Check out THIS site and get a mouse with enough cpi to match your "estimated useful dpi".
post #3 of 16
Plug your mouse into another port, and then navigate to your device manager. Once you're there, plug the mouse into the original port, tab down until you get to it (it will have one of those yellow exclamation points on it), and uninstall the device. Then, unplug the mouse and plug it back in, and it will work on that port. It's not the port being dead, it's windows being very confused because you messed something up along the way of changing your polling rate.

As for upping the polling rate, I'm guessing you are hitting "install service" after you change the polling rate and sign the driver using Dseo (also assuming you are in windows 7). Don't hit that! Just filter the options, select your polling rate, and dont do anything else in that program. Then, use dseo to sign system32\drivers\hidusbf.sys and reboot, and it should work fine.
Edited by Themanbeast - 8/2/11 at 11:05pm
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post #4 of 16
Looks like your USP port is shot dude. No way around fixing that.

The intellimouse 3.0 is great for low sensitivity gamers but it seems like it doesnt suit your needs dude. Looks like you should get a new mouse in addition to a new usb port.
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post #5 of 16
I honestly doubt your port is dead.

Refer to Themanbeast's post.
post #6 of 16
I discovered the same when i testet a IME 3.0 two days.
I could set the hz only in test mode, otherwise it would set my USB port dead too, when i tried to use this HIDUSBF.sys tweak.
Like it was said already, go to device manager and unisntall the not working usb driver.
So if you like to change the hz of the mouse, it seems that you have to stay in win7 testmode to make it work.
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post #7 of 16
This happened a few times when I was getting 500Hz on my MX518, if you're getting the same thing I got it's fixable.
Try plugging something else into the potentially dead port and if that doesn't work, try themanbeast's suggestion. I'm pretty sure mine worked when I plugged in my keyboard or something.
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post #8 of 16
Yep. It's not a problem with the port. It's a problem with the driver signing - if you don't follow the procedure correctly, windows won't understand what hidusbf.sys is telling it about that peripheral. It doesn't matter if you're trying to force 1000hz, or 125hz, this can happen. Any other device plugged into that port will work fine, because that device isn't following the instructions you set for the mouse (this is why you filter the options when you set it up)

I'm extremely skeptical that you could even damage a USB port by raising the polling rate. I'd go as far as to say you have a much higher chance of messing the port up with routine plugging/unplugging with that port.
Edited by Themanbeast - 8/3/11 at 10:00am
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post #9 of 16
It's described in hidusbf's readme file...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Themanbeast;14445111 
Plug your mouse into another port, and then navigate to your device manager. Once you're there, plug the mouse into the original port, tab down until you get to it (it will have one of those yellow exclamation points on it), and uninstall the device. Then, unplug the mouse and plug it back in, and it will work on that port. It's not the port being dead, it's windows being very confused because you messed something up along the way of changing your polling rate.

As for upping the polling rate, I'm guessing you are hitting "install service" after you change the polling rate and sign the driver using Dseo (also assuming you are in windows 7). Don't hit that! Just filter the options, select your polling rate, and dont do anything else in that program. Then, use dseo to sign system32\drivers\hidusbf.sys and reboot, and it should work fine.

I just noticed I had that problem to on one usb port with my mx518, great post.
I was wondering if by using this polling fix, is there any concern with security or otherwise by allowing unsigned drivers to run on the system? (windows 7)
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