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post #331 of 688
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

A problem I had was with Intel USB 3.0 Controller. Uninstall that garbage, hidusbf doesn't work with it.

Sounds like I got to try this!
Thanks!
post #332 of 688
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Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post

1. port and controller of this port are different things wink.gif
2. RTFM about (non)supported OS+controller combinations
3. But in (your) case of old Intel chipsets look at this:
http://www.overclock.net/t/596276/changing-usb-polling-rate-to-1000hz-or-lower/420#post_25046948
Current site died forever. Аnd I'm too lazy to find hosting for new site now smile.gif

Thank you, gonna read that and the f***ing manual smile.gif
post #333 of 688
Intel USB 3.0 Controller uninstalled, problem solved!
Big thanks m0uz thumb.gif
post #334 of 688
is there any new updates to this? or we still on hidusbf-7-8-81-10 ??
post #335 of 688
also can someone explain the institutions better for me the read me is poorly translated

do i need the nopatch version or patch version for windows 10?
post #336 of 688
Also, does this work with external 3.0 drives attached to the PC?
post #337 of 688
usb mass storage isn't HID
post #338 of 688
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Originally Posted by plyr View Post

Also, does this work with external 3.0 drives attached to the PC?
There is not polling inside Bulk transfers. So no polling rate at all - nothing to change biggrin.gif
post #339 of 688
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Originally Posted by jeshuastarr View Post


Extract it. Right click install on hidusbf.inf. Restart computer. Open setup. Click filter on device next to your mouse. Choose your desired Hz. Click restart. Close setup.

test hz with dimr, mouse rate, or mouse tester.


Did this + Process Parent to lower the 1000hz on the Revel to 500hz.
post #340 of 688
It doesnt work anymore, just did a fresh install of windows today and now it only tells me that the driver is not digitally signed.

Edit:

Apparently since the new anniversary update, windows now requires "extendes validation certificates" which can only be prevented by either not using UEFI Boot or atleast disabling secure boot.

Atleast i can disable secure boot and keep using the driver, i was already getting a little salty about having to disable driver signature enforcement.
Edited by Federmaus - 10/3/16 at 7:25pm
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