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i heard this method no longer works with win8 nomatter if 32 or 64 bits
post #162 of 473
You heard correct, sadly there is no way to change the polling rate in windows 8 yet.
post #163 of 473
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Originally Posted by Axaion View Post

You heard correct, sadly there is no way to change the polling rate in windows 8 yet.

Fatal1ty port smile.gif

MSI has something similar coming out.
Edited by Skylit - 3/9/13 at 12:04pm
post #164 of 473
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

Fatal1ty port smile.gif

MSI has something similar coming out.
Fatal1ty port is not an option for people who dosent want or have his those boards

neat if MSI would get out a software option like we've used all along though.
post #165 of 473
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Yeah it does not work in windows 8. I can confirm this to. Even though I have G600 and software allows 1000hz.
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Updated smile.gif

will do more testing and research on Windows 8
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post #167 of 473
Thank you smile.gif My aim has been off ever since I switched to windows 8 >>
Any way I can help?
post #168 of 473
unknownm
Hi, thanks a lot for this project!!!
I have one thing to ask. Can you add columns "Device VID" and "Device PID" to the application "Setup.exe"?
I explain why it is need. I develop hand made electronic for joystick controllers "MMJOY" it is a low speed USB 1.1 device.
And, if multiple devices together connected to Windows(and have unique pid/vid) - no way to identificate wich I want to change polling - they all have device name "USB HID compatible device".
Thanks.
post #169 of 473
Doesn't work for me under Windows 7 Ultimate.
Tried it like 20 times to get my MX300 work under 1000Hz, which it supports. As soon as I hit restart in setup.exe my mouse stops working. Apparently my USB ports stop working when I change polling, because no other device will work in that particula port unless I change it back to default. Works on neither USB2.0 nor 3.0. Is there something the guide doesn't mention perhaps because it's obvious to the creator but not to everybody?
post #170 of 473
You could try it in this order:

0.5 -> if necessary uninstall old drivers/usb port oc attempts.
1. Copy the path "C:\Windows\System32\drivers\hidusbf.sys"
2. Start "Driver Signature Enforcement Override" (Testmode should already be enabled) -> navigate to Sign a file and enter the path above. Do not press ok yet!
3. Start rate changer (called setup..) and set your rate install Service and press restart.
4. As soon as you hit restart in in step 3, press OK in Step 2. Not sure here, i think here you have to be fast.

Finally a message should say "file has been signed successfully..." Restart the System.

I thought it is random, but it works for me everytime, since i pay atttention to the order. (win7home 64bit here)
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