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post #611 of 664 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 07:44 PM
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I made an easy to use package that sets everything up. I can't figure out how to get the setup.exe file to offer anything higher than 1000Hz, eventhough I placed the appropriate 2k-4k files in the atsiv folder and the AMD64 folders. Do you know how to get the options to show up? I would be able to create a better repository with more options.

Here is the 1903 package I put together: https://github.com/MineSweeper73/100...ling-Hack-1903
2000Hz-Polling-Hack-1903
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post #612 of 664 (permalink) Old 06-15-2019, 08:44 PM
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@MineSweeper Will it work for 1809?
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Found your package for 1809. Thank you.
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https://github.com/LordOfMice/hidusbf doesn't work with my laptop (win10 1903)
downclocking works but my wmo isn't going above 125hz

Quote: Originally Posted by MineSweeper View Post
I made an easy to use package that sets everything up. I can't figure out how to get the setup.exe file to offer anything higher than 1000Hz, eventhough I placed the appropriate 2k-4k files in the atsiv folder and the AMD64 folders. Do you know how to get the options to show up? I would be able to create a better repository with more options.

Here is the 1903 package I put together: https://github.com/MineSweeper73/100...ling-Hack-1903
unfortunately also not working with my laptop
after i click restart in setup.exe, the mouse disappears from the list, and the physical mouse stops tracking. (to fix i have to uncheck mice only and then uncheck the filter)

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Option 1: Use windows test mode

1. On non test mode: install the normal 1khz driver (hidusbf.sys) from hidusbf.zip with setup.exe, downclock your mouse to 64 or 32 and check if that works.
2. switch to test mode and unplug your mouse, copy and paste hidusbf.sys from hidusbfn.zip (warning: different zip than first step) to C:/windows/system32/drivers and overwrite
3. plug your mouse back in and use setup.exe to set it too 1000hz and click restart. Now check, it should be 1000hz
this worked for me together with attached file from
https://www.overclock.net/forum/27946028-post591.html

mousetester plots from my laptop aren't too pretty unfortunately
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doesn't work with my laptop (win10 1903)
downclocking works but my wmo isn't going above 125hz
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But files are identical in both places. Something strange because you can downclock. I will try to setup on my 1809 from zero once again, but i don't remember any problem when i did this first time...
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Any idea if this works with game controllers as well? I know it has options for other USB devices, but would it actually increasing polling rate on a USB game controller? I've got a Elecom wireless game controller with auto fire on it so that could be interesting if it bumps up the polling rate and makes the auto fire quicker in turn. Would probably also smooth out the analog sticks if it works I'd think as well.
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post #618 of 664 (permalink) Old 06-18-2019, 08:25 AM - Thread Starter
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This question already answered few times:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post26493595
But as with any overclocking it can be useful, useless or malicious depending on what you are trying to overclock.
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Quote: Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post
https://github.com/LordOfMice/hidusbf doesn't work with my laptop (win10 1903)
downclocking works but my wmo isn't going above 125hz
Ok, i rechecked setup procedure once again on Windows 10 x64 1809 - no reboots needed and without any problems, of course.
The last one that i can do to help is description of results of setup stages:
0. Disable Secure Boot (or make equivalent registry changes).

1. Unzip hidusbf.zip and run setup.exe. On modern Windows you will have prompt for privileges elevation.

2. "Install Service" button. Two things happen:
a. hidusbf.sys is copied to %windir%\system32\drivers
b. Registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\servic es\hidusbf\ is created (or updated).

3. "Filter On Device" checkbox:
"hidusbf" string (the name of service) is added to registry parameter HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\% DeviceInstanceID%\LowerFilters

4. "Restart" button:
All previous changes are applied. hidusbf.sys is loaded, executed and remains in memory. If you have "died" device in this point - see the 0., 2. or pay attention to the color of line.
If you can downclock device - then hidusbf.sys is working as expected, but some of the overclocking is not possible on recent Windows 10 versions due to restriction in system files (usbport.sys and usbxhci.sys) - drivers of USB controllers:
a. Low Speed devices over 125 Hz
b. Low and Full Speed devices over 1000 Hz (on USB3.x controller and Windows 8+)

5. Running atsiv.exe -f hidusbfp.sys with elevated privileges:
this patches images of usbport.sys and usbxhci.sys in memory to allow all possible overclocking. But to apply result you shall restart device once again. atsiv driver (embedded into atsiv.exe) is extracted, loaded, executed and remains in memory. hidusbfp.sys is loaded, executed and unloaded.

P.S. And yes, i know how to unload atsiv driver.
P.P.S. Setup is enhanced to check the presence of driver service when "Filter On Device" is set (i.e. 2. performed before 3.)

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For some reason, I was able to use overclocking on Windows 1903 without test mode, and even without sweetlow's hidusbf.dll and by only using hidusbf.dll atsiv method. I think the overclock gets loaded into memory without accessing the driver itself.

I'm not yet able to reproduce but here's the steps anyway.

1.) Enable Testsigning (this is temporary only)

2.) Install the new drivers (1000 hz version first? just to check if this really works) for 1903 and setup atsiv too, but do not load atsiv, just prepare the task scheduler to launch atsiv for the next reboot.

3.) Set your desired polling rate.

4.) Verify that it works and then reinstall the "nopatch" driver.

5.) Disable testsigning.

6.) Reboot.

These steps enabled me to retain the overclocked polling rate, but I think if I try to change it again, the overclock will be disabled because I only have the "nopatch" driver now.
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