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post #251 of 688
Damn. I have been looking for something like this.
I hate to ask for help but could anyone help me to make this thing to work on my computer.
I tried to install this thing before but all it did was make my computer unable to recognize any usb devices. I managed to get my usb ports to work porperly with system recovery thing but yeah.
Bah. I totally suck with these things.
post #252 of 688
>all it did was make my computer unable to recognize any usb devices
Don't use "Parent Processing" (if you don't know this option intended for). And pay some attention for setup messages wink.gif

>make this thing to work on my computer
It is not right description of your hardware and software config biggrin.gif
post #253 of 688
If only they learned to read and not just randomly click. The setup is almost noob proof simple with a GUI, no crazy console that's hard to understand what it even is for many people.
post #254 of 688
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Originally Posted by JackCY View Post

If only they learned to read and not just randomly click.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1597441/digitally-signed-sweetlow-1000hz-mouse-driver/80#post_25077352

>if any can tell this sequence to me
no success still wink.gif
post #255 of 688
I doubt the process parent is selected by default. From what I read and understand it is only to be used when one has some weirdo device that is sort of all-in-one USB device, say 1 USB connection but in the system it shows as: mouse, keyboard, storage, camera, microphone, then one would use the process parent to be able to OC the frequency of all of those devices that are connected via that one USB connection. Right?

post #256 of 688
>Right?
Yes. But this is not complete description of process. If you set Parent Processing and then try to set filter on single function (not multifunctional) device - what happen next?
post #257 of 688
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when one has some weirdo device that is sort of all-in-one USB device
it's not too weird at all actually since some mice allow bind keystrokes to buttons
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post #258 of 688
Which is a 3rd party software feature I bet not a keyboard device detected by the OS. Even stupid MS IE3.0 can bind macros with the MS driver and it's software.
post #259 of 688
Hey guys. It seems i need some help. Been missing that old MX518, so I installed The driver yesterday so I can oc it at 1000hz. I hve some weird feeling playing with it. More specificaly, it's not a feeling, it's a problem. When playing csgo, The game randomly acts as i would play on 60 hz for 2-3 seconds. I play at 144hz, but when using this mouse, when doing swipes a little but faster it acts like this. Plugged in mg EC2-A, works like a charm, the problem is solved. Can someone help and say what i should check? It does the same on 500hz and 125 hz.
post #260 of 688
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Which is a 3rd party software feature I bet not a keyboard device detected by the OS. Even stupid MS IE3.0 can bind macros with the MS driver and it's software.
CM storm spawn has a keyboard endpoint. It's kind of necessary if you want keyboard macros to follow the mouse around, without having to install drivers on every computer you use. A lot of companies add features for progamers that don't always play on their own machines, even if it makes no sense for a normal gamer.
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