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If the mouse reaches at least 250 or even 1000 Hz, does it mean the mice have a better sensor?

Are there any negatives in doing this?

What are you exactly doing?

My results:

Microsoft Intellimouse Optical 1.1A 1000 Hz ( heard this was awesome/pro so does it correlate to the 1st question? )

Microsoft Wireless Notebook mouse 3000 125 Hz

Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse 1.0A 250 Hz

Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical 200 Hz

Logitech MX510 500 Hz

Logitech V220 125 Hz ( Wireless mouse )

LG Dual Scroll Optical mouse H097769 1k Hz ( 1st question again ;O )

Thanks for the info
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fireman View Post
If the mouse reaches at least 250 or even 1000 Hz, does it mean the mice have a better sensor?

Are there any negatives in doing this?

What are you exactly doing?

My results:

Microsoft Intellimouse Optical 1.1A 1000 Hz ( heard this was awesome/pro so does it correlate to the 1st question? )

Microsoft Wireless Notebook mouse 3000 125 Hz

Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse 1.0A 250 Hz

Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical 200 Hz

Logitech MX510 500 Hz

Logitech V220 125 Hz ( Wireless mouse )

LG Dual Scroll Optical mouse H097769 1k Hz ( 1st question again ;O )

Thanks for the info
It should be fairly consistent before you want it to "hit" certain speeds. For example, if it spikes to 500Hz but the average really is 400Hz, you would much rather want to use 250Hz to assure a stable update rate (otherwise you might be seeing jumpy cursors)

Very rarely does the sensor have something to say when it comes to update rate. It is usually limited by the controller rather than the sensor.
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Thank you for the details gonX, took me a week to say thank you
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It should be fairly consistent before you want it to "hit" certain speeds. For example, if it spikes to 500Hz but the average really is 400Hz, you would much rather want to use 250Hz to assure a stable update rate (otherwise you might be seeing jumpy cursors)

Very rarely does the sensor have something to say when it comes to update rate. It is usually limited by the controller rather than the sensor.
This is true, I set mine at 1000hz which does have a rate of 1000 sometimes it goes to 950hz but it stays around 1000
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If you're reading to the end to decide if you want to try the OP's trick..... My advice is unless you really enjoy losing your mouse control and possibly other USB devices, just refrain. I've got mine back but only if I plug the keyboard and mouse into USB ports different from the ones they were in. Oh... and more importantly, racking my mouse up to 1000 made ABSOLUTELY NO DIFFERENCE IN ANY GAME PLAY. So overall a waste of an hours time for me.
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If you're reading to the end to decide if you want to try the OP's trick..... My advice is unless you really enjoy losing your mouse control and possibly other USB devices, just refrain. I've got mine back but only if I plug the keyboard and mouse into USB ports different from the ones they were in. Oh... and more importantly, racking my mouse up to 1000 made ABSOLUTELY NO DIFFERENCE IN ANY GAME PLAY. So overall a waste of an hours time for me.
yeah if you want to use a device again besides a mouse, run the setup and uncheck filter on device and restart (64-bit users)
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The difference between 500 and 1000Hz (2 and 1ms) is really neglectable. Impossible to properly notice the change, and keeping it at 500Hz 'saves' some resources.
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I have Windows 7 64-bit and I searched my whole C: drive and I can't find a file named HIDUSBF.sys. There's a file named HIDUSB.sys but not HIDUSBF.sys. I wanted to back it up before I proceeded to install this tweak. So why doesn't the file exist and how can I make this tweak work for me if the file it's supposed to change doesn't exist?
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I have Windows 7 64-bit and I searched my whole C: drive and I can't find a file named HIDUSBF.sys. There's a file named HIDUSB.sys but not HIDUSBF.sys. I wanted to back it up before I proceeded to install this tweak. So why doesn't the file exist and how can I make this tweak work for me if the file it's supposed to change doesn't exist?
You are right about that. In autorun when finding the driver HIDUSBF.sys it can't find it.

Looking in the .ini this is what it does

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;Install File and Service for HIDUSBF lower filter
;Win 98+, Win 2000+, Win x64+ supported

[Version]
Signature=$CHICAGO$
Provider=%MFGNAME%

[SourceDisksNames]
1=%INSTDISK%,,,

[SourceDisksFiles]
hidusbf.sys=1,98me

[SourceDisksFiles.x86]
hidusbf.sys=1,ntx86

[SourceDisksFiles.amd64]
hidusbf.sys=1,amd64

[DestinationDirs]
DefaultDestDir=10,system32\\drivers
DriverCopyFiles=10,system32\\drivers
DriverCopyFilesNT=12


[DriverCopyFiles]
hidusbf.sys,,,0x04

[DriverCopyFilesNT]
hidusbf.sys,,,0x04

[hidusbfService]
ServiceType=1
StartType=3
ErrorControl=1
ServiceBinary=%12%\\hidusbf.sys
DisplayName=%Description%

;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Windows 2000+ Sections
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[DefaultInstall.nt]
CopyFiles=DriverCopyFilesNT

[DefaultInstall.nt.services]
AddService=hidusbf,,hidusbfService

;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Windows 98+ Sections
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[DefaultInstall]
CopyFiles=DriverCopyFiles

;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; String Definitions
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[Strings]
MFGNAME="SweetLow"
INSTDISK="USB Mouse Rate Adjuster"
DESCRIPTION="USB Mouse Rate Adjuster Lower Filter by SweetLow"
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Oh so it copies that file to the system's drivers directory and the file doesn't have to exist. I see. I thought the file existed and was patched somehow but obviously not.

Just to make sure... can a few of you who have win7 64bit tell me if the file hidusbf.sys exists on your system?

thanks!
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