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WMO only overclocking to 200hz on asus eee

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I dug up an old WMO and decided to tweak it up for quake live. I turned off acceleration, did the "mousefix", and got my desired sensitivity set. Problem is it won't overclock past 200 hz with hidusbf. I'm on an asus eee netbook with XP and have tried overclocking all usb ports.. I tried the suggested replacement of the usbport.sys file with a custom one to "unlock" the ability to overclock further, and nothing. Needing to get my 500 hz to play quake live. Another thread hit on the fact that ps/2 ports only go up to 200 hz, but I am o/c'ing usb ports... Any takers?

On a side note, when I try to "flick" the mouse too fast, the pointer just sits there or goes all over the screen. Is this "neg acceleration?" Need to figure a way to fix that too. I'll probably just start a new thread for this issue. Thanks.
Edited by Creepshow - 8/6/12 at 6:25pm
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You need to post your system specs and os you are running it.
How old is your laptop?
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Asus eee 1005HA

Windows XP Home SP 3
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The problem when you flick is just a crap mouse or crap surface, it's "spinning it's wheels"

Overclocking the usb ports is supposed to be easy in xp. Do you have a guide that you are following, because I remember all I had to do was replace the usbport.sys, and it worked. Have you checked with mouseratechecker?

Here's a guide and I don't know why it wouldn't work. http://forums.enemydown.co.uk/showthread.php?t=39579
    
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I am using hidusfb from http://fatal1ty.com/about/fatal1ty-configs/ to overclock the usb. It has the ability to o/c to 1000 hz, and w/o constant restarting. You just set it to w/e and click a button, and it goes to that speed immediately. I am using a program called dimr to display real time polling rate. It maxes out at 200hz avg if i set it high. Any o/c'ing below 200hz works fine. I feel it has something to do with the asus eee usb ports, but the mousefix was supposed to take care of any limitation caused by that. I'm pretty sure hidusbf is a reliable prog., as it is commonly used.
Edited by Creepshow - 8/13/12 at 3:53pm
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Searched all over for this issue, still nothing. Anyone else experiencing this?
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d/l'ed a hex editor and modified usbport.sys myself and saved it, No effect. I'm about to just buy another mouse, Hopefully the new mouse's polling rate will work right...
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It was suggested that I reinstall the usb port drivers. I uninstalled/reinstalled everything under the usb controller tab. Still have the same problem.
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I have the same issue with a wmo mouse i just bought. I can't seem to get it higher than 125 hz.
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