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post #1111 of 1498
implying he doesn't already have it in his keyboard biggrin.gif

it should be possible to write and sign the driver for win8/10 right?
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post #1112 of 1498
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Originally Posted by trism View Post

Yeah most likely. I've never really understood the MLT04-hype but I really never used it at +125 Hz either. I've been looking for a HW solution to force 500 Hz-1000 Hz polling without the need to tamper with Windows files but really no motivation to even try to make anything. Just AVR USB host and act as a new HID device for the PC based on the polled data... should be doable, right?

How difficult would it be to develop?

No experience in that field but definitely interested, I've been thinking about it for a while but have no idea where too start. Would want it primarily due to ESEA client blocking unsigned drivers as well as not worrying about if I can use the WMO at LAN. I miss my MLT04.
post #1113 of 1498
It is but it costs some money to get a certificate for the kernel mode driver signing. ~$450 a year apparently.

I thought they had to send their peripherals in for vigorous cheat testing before they were allowed to use them in LAN... biggrin.gif
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How difficult would it be to develop?

No experience in that field but definitely interested, I've been thinking about it for a while but have no idea where too start. Would want it primarily due to ESEA client blocking unsigned drivers as well as not worrying about if I can use the WMO at LAN. I miss my MLT04.

Buy that ASRock motherboard that allows changing the USB polling rate.
Edited by trism - 10/29/15 at 8:34pm
post #1114 of 1498
i think if you pay that, you get the ability to sign for a year, but once the driver's signed you can always use it.

450 is a lot cheaper than (cost of hardware solution) * (however many people would actually use a hardware solution)
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post #1115 of 1498
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Originally Posted by trism View Post

Yeah most likely. I've never really understood the MLT04-hype but I really never used it at +125 Hz either. I've been looking for a HW solution to force 500 Hz-1000 Hz polling without the need to tamper with Windows files but really no motivation to even try to make anything.

Totally doable on any Gamer Board made by Asrock since they are the ONLY ones that include a solitary USB 1.1 port that can be adjusted up to 1000 Hz easily and it remains within the bios setting hardware.

Asrock keeps the MLT04 hype running and thanks to them, Microsoft mice everywhere are being used and abused faithfully on desktops around the globe cheers.gif .
post #1116 of 1498
But who needs that when you have Windows 7? biggrin.gif
post #1117 of 1498
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Originally Posted by Zenith Phantasm View Post

But who needs that when you have Windows 7? biggrin.gif

the one who plays ESEA CS:GO on windows 7..
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post #1118 of 1498
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zenith Phantasm View Post

But who needs that when you have Windows 7? biggrin.gif

It's for anyone using either Linux, BSD and any form of Windows as well.

It's a feature I thought Asus and MSI would include on their motherboards since they try really hard to pitch their products onto "Gamers".

Far better to have a board that can deliver supreme results without requiring dodgy-arse software running as well, within any OS.
post #1119 of 1498
Anyone try the new drivers yet? Wonder if they fixed anything, everything feels the same to me.
post #1120 of 1498
Only Rival 300 got a new firmware in the latest version of the drivers. What should they fix?
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