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I have tried this method below in the past and it made my usb ports stop working until I reformatted.

http://www.ngohq.com/news/15043-how-...vista-7-a.html

I was wondering if there was a different method of changing the polling rate in windows 7 than the one above.
Edited by Buckmoney - 10/4/11 at 8:06pm
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I wouldn't bother. Unless you have proof that your reaction times are consistently under 8 milliseconds. Between monitor input lag and network ping, 8 milliseconds is insignificant. A professional in a tourney on LAN might have different needs.

If you really want to do it, that guide looks like the best bet.
Edited by DiHydrogenMonOxide - 10/4/11 at 8:58pm
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this guide is pretty good

http://www.overclock.net/mice/596276...0hz-lower.html

ever since i enabled hidden admin in w7 and used that account i've never had a problem to oc. and it doesn't matter if you can't tell the difference between 1ms or 8ms the mouse is much smoother.
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If it doesn't work, you're not doing it right then. I've had times where they wouldn't work either, but I did it again and it's work a few times I've done it. and I'm pretty sure if you install the registry file HIDUSBFU(U=Uninstall I believe), it enables your USB port to work again.
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I have tried this method below in the past and it made my usb ports stop working until I reformatted.

http://www.ngohq.com/news/15043-how-...vista-7-a.html

I was wondering if there was a different method of changing the polling rate in windows 7 than the one above.

The method was correct, but no longer works. You need to use a different instruction set.

Do everything in the original instruction set till you get to Step 7

Follow the following after:

1. Copy C:Windows\\System32\\drivers\\hidusbf.sys and paste it in C:\\Windows\\SysWOW64\\drivers

2. Run Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider and sign a system file.

3. Sign C:Windows\\System32\\drivers\\hidusbf.sys

4. Sign C:\\Windows\\SysWOW64\\drivers\\hidusbf.sys

5. Reboot

I did it this method and works flawlessly.

Also if you want to fix those USB ports so you can plug your mouse back into those if needed later on just go to your Device Manager and Uninstall the drivers for those ports.
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this guide is pretty good

http://www.overclock.net/mice/596276...0hz-lower.html

ever since i enabled hidden admin in w7 and used that account i've never had a problem to oc. and it doesn't matter if you can't tell the difference between 1ms or 8ms the mouse is much smoother.
Most folks can distinguish between the two. It's not too difficult.
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