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Hi,

I switched my mouse to 500Hz, but I don't like the sensation, so I would like to get back as it was before (125Hz) but without using the same program to change it again. You know, just "uninstall" or something, don't use the program anymore. Is there a way ?

Thanks !
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Originally Posted by thejoy;13247942 
Hi,

I switched my mouse to 500Hz, but I don't like the sensation, so I would like to get back as it was before (125Hz) but without using the same program to change it again. You know, just "uninstall" or something, don't use the program anymore. Is there a way ?

Thanks !

I'm guessing that you used HIDUSBF.

If you're using windows 7, all you have to do is disable test mode in dseo13b.exe

In XP, I guess you can go to the device manager and uninstall the mouse driver, or go to Windows/System32/Drivers, find HIDUSBF.sys and delete it. Unplug and replug your mouse and it should load up the default drivers.
Edited by cuad - 4/23/11 at 7:21pm
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post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by cuad;13248046 
I'm guessing that you used HIDUSBF.

In XP, I guess you can go to the device manager and uninstall the mouse driver, or go to Windows/System32/Drivers, find HIDUSBF.sys and delete it. Unplug and replug your mouse and it should load up the default drivers.

Yep, using XP. I tried to uninstall the drivers in the device manager, unplug and replug, but it didn't work. I'm gonna try in the System32.
Thanks.

Edit : Ok, I deleted hidusbf in the system32/drivers, and the mouse didn't work anymore. I unpluged it, repluged it but still don't work, with the typical windows sound. I rebooted, but still don't work and not any "new device detected". I was forced to switch to another usb port, and I think I "broke" the other one :S
How to repare it ? biggrin.gif (I'm such a noob).
Edited by thejoy - 4/23/11 at 7:53pm
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post #4 of 11
You need the original XP files IIRC.
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I don't even know what it is biggrin.gif
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I don't even know what it is biggrin.gif

IIRC? "if I remember correctly"

I forgot the exact folder though.
post #7 of 11
When you plugged it in to the new USB port, was it back to 125Hz?

Try plugging your mouse into the busted USB port, then go to the device manager, and update the driver, choose to browse your computer and pick HIDUSB.sys, which should be in System32/Drivers as well.

I don't know if that will work, but it can't hurt to try.
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post #8 of 11
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Originally Posted by cuad;13248833 
When you plugged it in to the new USB port, was it back to 125Hz?

Try plugging your mouse into the busted USB port, then go to the device manager, and update the driver, choose to browse your computer and pick HIDUSB.sys, which should be in System32/Drivers as well.

I don't know if that will work, but it can't hurt to try.

Yes, with the new usb port i get backs to 125hz. But if I plug it to the busted USB port, the mouse won't work I think, so I couldn't go to the device manager biggrin.gif
I will try.
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Originally Posted by thejoy;13249439 
Yes, with the new usb port i get backs to 125hz. But if I plug it to the busted USB port, the mouse won't work I think, so I couldn't go to the device manager biggrin.gif
I will try.

You can do it if you have two mouses.
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post #10 of 11
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cuad;13249551 
You can do it if you have two mouses.

It worked, thanks a lot !
Edited by thejoy - 4/26/11 at 8:10pm
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