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post #481 of 709
It doesn't seem to work on Windows 10 Creators Update, build 1703...
It did work before, on Windows 10 Anniversary Update, build 1607.

post #482 of 709
Since it doesn't seem to be caused by Secure Boot, it's either a bug, and could be fixed with the official launch of RS2 - or it has to be fixed by using the 1703 WDK which doesn't seem to be available yet.

Apparently there are also WDK Insider Builds but the official link is a dead end.
https://www.microsoft.com/software-download/windowsinsiderpreviewWDK

We'll probably know more in about 2 weeks tongue.gif
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post #483 of 709
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Originally Posted by sabaton88 View Post

I have tried both wmo and mx518 on all usb ports. No matter if i try ... downclock, it just shows 125hz on mouse rate.
Really? if it's true - it's a huge problem.
Try to recheck first this and take nonoverclocking(nopatch folder) version of hidusbf.sys (don't forget to reboot after any replacing of hidusbf.sys).

And next step - take usbview utility and post info(text) of mouse device with standard overclocking version of hidusbf.sys and 500hz (for example) set.

P.S. It's not xHCI related problem, mouse serviced by UHCI controller.
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We'll probably know more in about 2 weeks tongue.gif
There is one bad thing. AFAIK, jeshuastarr have sign for one year only and it's end at 18 April 2017
Edited by SweetLow - 4/1/17 at 3:59am
post #484 of 709
If i use nopatch hidusbf.sys with 62Hz and restart system mouse stops working:





USBView.txt 3k .txt file This is usbview utility info of mouse when standard overclocking version of hidusbf.sys and 500hz is used
Edited by sabaton88 - 4/1/17 at 8:07am
post #485 of 709
More info about HIDUSBF on Windows 10 Creators Update (Buld 1703).

HIDUSBF DOES work, but only for downclocking.
62Hz and 31Hz work as expected, but going above 125Hz makes no difference.

62Hz:


250Hz:


And no, it's not caused by the Logitech driver, since I've been using it on Windows 10 Anniversary Update too. (But the Creators Update installer got rid of it for some reasons)
Edited by KaleidonKep99 - 4/1/17 at 8:29am
post #486 of 709
^ yep, i rechecked with regular hidusbf and downclocking works. i must have forgotten to RESTART device rolleyes.gif
Edited by sabaton88 - 4/1/17 at 9:19am
post #487 of 709
Quote:
Originally Posted by KaleidonKep99 View Post

More info about HIDUSBF on Windows 10 Creators Update (Buld 1703).

HIDUSBF DOES work, but only for downclocking.
62Hz and 31Hz work as expected, but going above 125Hz makes no difference.
It's much better, driver is loaded successfully.

So, my friends - what is recommended in readme for this situation? wink.gif

I answer for you: Check driver used for USB controller (probably USBPORT.SYS or USBXHCI.SYS, but better to verify that in Device Manager) and than send me.
post #488 of 709
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Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post

I answer for you: Check driver used for USB controller (probably USBPORT.SYS or USBXHCI.SYS, but better to verify that in Device Manager) and than send me.
Here are USBPORT.SYS and USBXHCI.SYS from Windows 10 Creators Update x64.

Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B05Sp4zxPFR6Yzd3Nm9OTDJ1RzA/view?usp=sharing
post #489 of 709
Quote:
Originally Posted by KaleidonKep99 View Post

Here are USBPORT.SYS and USBXHCI.SYS from Windows 10 Creators Update x64.

Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B05Sp4zxPFR6Yzd3Nm9OTDJ1RzA/view?usp=sharing
Ok. I will answer some time after - it's night here now wink.gif
post #490 of 709
Quote:
Originally Posted by KaleidonKep99 View Post

Here are USBPORT.SYS and USBXHCI.SYS from Windows 10 Creators Update x64.
Ok, USBXHCI.SYS is not changed, but USBPORT.SYS is changed (once again).

hidusbf2.zip 7k .zip file
- for testing purpose.

As usual with selfsigned drivers - you shall enable test mode to load it.

If it will work i will send it to jeshuastarr for real signing.

P.S. Can anybody send USBPORT.SYS from x86 version of Windows 10 Creators Update to me?
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