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i7 6700k
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do you have a skylake processor
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do you have a skylake processor

Yes, i7 6700k
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Read the readme? I don't know, for me it was fairly simple, considering it's not intended for everyday joe I think the UI is fine and offers what advanced users need. Of course an everyday joe may be confused or mess stuff up. Try searching my posts I think I've posted some pictures and text on what is what, what to select and what not to.
I'm pretty sure I could figure it out but I haven't downloaded it and don't really want to install it on my PC. I don't know what it is about the instructions but he said he couldn't understand what it was telling him to do.
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I'm pretty sure I could figure it out but I haven't downloaded it and don't really want to install it on my PC. I don't know what it is about the instructions but he said he couldn't understand what it was telling him to do.

Posted this a few pages ago or in the other thread.

    
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Thank you.
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Posted this a few pages ago or in the other thread.

Looks more like the older unsigned version.
The new you read the readme, run setup, install, change the rate for your device, click restart that's it.
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3. Install my driver HIDUSBF.SYS. For this purpose execute SETUP.EXE (there
should also be .INF and .SYS files). Click Install Service.

In case of HIDUSBF service wasn't installed through
SETUP.EXE (button "Install Service") you may try to do this by OS
standard possibility:
mouse right button click on HIDUSBF.INF -> Install

If you wand to overclock mouse from Composite USB device
- use checkbox "Process Parent". Note, there is overclocked
all functional devices from composite device, not the mouse only.

Then choose the line with your mouse and put a checkmark Filter On Device.
Check that in the row Filter it says Yes. After that choose desired refresh
rate. After that click Restart. Check if the refresh rate has really
changed (for example with the program Mouse Rate Checker).


Note - under x64 version of Windows Vista and higher you must
make HIDUSBF.SYS loadable before restarting device or overclocked device
will stop working! In this case read carefully the section 3.3 or
uninstall driver by disable Mice Only checkbox to view all devices
+ Restart button in SETUP.EXE.

If your rate did not change, then you should either restart, plug out
and plug in mouse cable or stop your mouse and restart it in
Device Manager.

If the rate does not increase more than 125Hz, then you should
try DECREASE it to 31Hz or 62Hz.
If the rate does decrease, then the driver functions properly, however
or you mouse is not overclockable; or USBPORT.SYS/USBXHCI.SYS was altered
or simply too new and so unknown to the program.

Edited by JackCY - 8/20/16 at 3:35pm
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Looks more like the older unsigned version.
The new you read the readme, run setup, install, change the rate for your device, click restart that's it.

This was the signed version but it wouldn't install if you didn't have the certs installed (if I remember correctly, SweetLow will know more than I will) because it wasn't SmartScreen filter approved apparently.
    
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i7 6700k
Windows 7 on Skylake doesn't use microsoft usb drivers, unfortunately that's a precondition for this driver to work properly. I have the same problem.
You could theoretically make it happen, there might be a usb 2.0 PCI expansion card out there that runs on MS plug-and-play drivers, but I haven't tried anything like that. I just switched to a different mouse.
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it works fine on windows 10 if you don't mind upgrading your OS
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Originally Posted by Alya View Post

This was the signed version but it wouldn't install if you didn't have the certs installed (if I remember correctly, SweetLow will know more than I will) because it wasn't SmartScreen filter approved apparently.
Dunno where you got that version it's no in OP, I just checked. No certs needed for me.
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