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"Turn on mouse keys" doesn't work for me. That feature in Windows is broken, it only seems to react to real keys and not generated keystrokes. Say I press 2, 4 which sends num2, num4 and Windows doesn't move the mouse pointer one bit, just ignores it.
post #632 of 688
I've been trying to create a signed driver for MONTHS, but I failed nevertheless.

Looks like there's no way to avoid the Authenticode enforcement under Windows 10, and after I read a paragraph about it, in the Microsoft Dev Portal, I guess there's no way for us to make them sign this "OC driver".

We could at least ask them to provide us with an option to overclock mice, with maybe a warning of some sort.
post #633 of 688
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I guess there's no way for us to make them sign this "OC driver".

Money will allow them to sign even the most malicious of drivers (capcom.sys) thumb.gif
    
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post #634 of 688
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I guess there's no way for us to make them sign this "OC driver".
What are you trying to do? Now you must have microsoft sign only for systems with Secure Boot enabled:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1597441/digitally-signed-sweetlow-1000hz-mouse-driver/340#post_25560676
post #635 of 688
Win10, no problem, using the same old driver published here. It's all about that secure boot which has been mentioned before and possibly not installing the CU update but that has not been out on many many PCs anyway and it's a manual install for most so just don't do it. Plus what device are you using in 2017 that doesn't support higher speed USB if it can benefit from it? For mice that would be sticking with some 10 year old mouse like I did and recently replaced. Otherwise why do you need USB frequency change?
Edited by JackCY - 9/25/17 at 8:50am
post #636 of 688
On Linux you can just write a file to force all usb ports to run at whatever ms you want.

It works with my WMO's.
post #637 of 688
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On Linux you can just write a file to force all usb ports to run at whatever ms you want.

It works with my WMO's.

Isn't it also possible to get insanely low OS overheard and DPC latency on Linux by making it really, really barebones and changing some settings? Like, Gentoo minimum amount of packages installed barebones here but I wouldn't know for sure as I've never tried Linux before.
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Isn't it also possible to get insanely low OS overheard and DPC latency on Linux by making it really, really barebones and changing some settings? Like, Gentoo minimum amount of packages installed barebones here but I wouldn't know for sure as I've never tried Linux before.

For what? Gaming? Yes, I guess.

You could just install the essentials and make it weight less and have less OS overhead than Windows.

You could also build your own Real Time kernel from scratch, or your own low latency distro. There are some ultra low latency distros built specially for trading and audio recording.

Professional recording studios, gameservers and trading computers use Linux because of the low lantecy capatibilies it can offer, instead of a closed OS, like Windows. But at the end, it doesn't matter that much. Processors nowadays are fast enough to handle different tasks at the same time close to real time.

DPC lantecy is mostly caused by faulty drivers, software, etc; not your OS's fault. I wouldn't change from Windows to Linux just to get 'lower latency', that you won't even notice.

Gameserves hosted on an 1000hz kernel Linux PC is a must, tho.

Forgot to add that, lowlatency, rt, realtime kernels add a lot of overhead; so that not might be what you want.
Edited by senileoldman - 9/27/17 at 2:38pm
post #639 of 688
Hi, I've been using the old method for 500hzing my WMO so I'm late to the party and with the links in the OP being dead I was wondering if it's possible to get the driver/instructions/basic info etc without scouring through 600+ forum posts? p-please

Btw is there a github or anything to keep track of updates?
Big thanks to all involved. Sorry for the new account, I don't remember my old one.
post #640 of 688
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Originally Posted by MLT04 View Post

Hi, I've been using the old method for 500hzing my WMO so I'm late to the party and with the links in the OP being dead I was wondering if it's possible to get the driver/instructions/basic info etc without scouring through 600+ forum posts? p-please

Btw is there a github or anything to keep track of updates?
Big thanks to all involved. Sorry for the new account, I don't remember my old one.

hidusbf.zip 360k .zip file

Haven't heard of it being updated. This one still works for me.
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