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post #191 of 473
Go to Device manager by keyboard, and uninstall/remove the USB ports, reboot, redo. smile.gif
post #192 of 473
I did. Same thing happened frown.gif
post #193 of 473
If all fails, reinstall windows 7, lol
post #194 of 473
The fix for the polling rate works perfectly. But the watermark removal is the thing that causes my port to not work.
The downloads provided via the program are not downloadable. I did the first method in the start of the thread.
Would LOVE if someone could help me out.
post #195 of 473
Hi,

I recently upgraded my pc to a z87 package and I am finding that the usb ports are just refusing to overclock (win7 64x).

I am using an Intellimouse 3.0 which worked fine at 500hz on my previous system. I have tried it in many different usb 2.0 ports and 3.0 ports (shouldn't work) but it just seems to refuse to increase (or decrease) from 125hz. I have tried different methods of installing the drivers including the one listed on this forum, the ngohq guide and the method I used on my old system.

The thing that bothers me the most is that it isn't consistent. For example most of the time when I install the hidusbf.sys nothing happens, however on other times it disables that port on restart. I have read some people having a similar problem with a similar setup to me on other forums but there hasn't been any solutions so far.

Has anyone else had similar troubles with this setup? Could it be the motherboard drivers are conflicting on some level?

Many thanks.
Edited by Partier - 11/5/13 at 3:22pm
post #196 of 473
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Originally Posted by Partier View Post

Hi,

I recently upgraded my pc to a z87 package and I am finding that the usb ports are just refusing to overclock (win7 64x).

I am using an Intellimouse 3.0 which worked fine at 500hz on my previous system. I have tried it in many different usb 2.0 ports and 3.0 ports (shouldn't work) but it just seems to refuse to increase (or decrease) from 125hz. I have tried different methods of installing the drivers including the one listed on this forum, the ngohq guide and the method I used on my old system.

The thing that bothers me the most is that it isn't consistent. For example most of the time when I install the hidusbf.sys nothing happens, however on other times it disables that port on restart. I have read some people having a similar problem with a similar setup to me on other forums but there hasn't been any solutions so far.

Has anyone else had similar troubles with this setup? Could it be the motherboard drivers are conflicting on some level?

Many thanks.
Which motherboard?
post #197 of 473
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Originally Posted by Axaion View Post

Which motherboard?

Using Gigabyte Z87X-D3H.

The person having the problem on ngohq forums was using Z87-D3HP which seems like a bit of a coincidence.
post #198 of 473
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Originally Posted by LLiH View Post

The fix for the polling rate works perfectly. But the watermark removal is the thing that causes my port to not work.
The downloads provided via the program are not downloadable. I did the first method in the start of the thread.
Would LOVE if someone could help me out.


I have the same problem as LLiH, the CMD commands to remove the watermark stop the mouse from working.
post #199 of 473
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Originally Posted by Partier View Post

Using Gigabyte Z87X-D3H.

The person having the problem on ngohq forums was using Z87-D3HP which seems like a bit of a coincidence.
I dont know what motherboard Superior uses.. but if its a Z87 Gigabyte.. i think we have a pattern :|
post #200 of 473
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Originally Posted by Memod View Post

I have the same problem as LLiH, the CMD commands to remove the watermark stop the mouse from working.

Thank you.
I was hoping someone else also got this problem.
I hope somebody knows how to fix.
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