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post #651 of 673 (permalink) Old 10-16-2019, 10:39 AM
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And what prevented you from doing this?
I sent you the files.
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And what prevented you from doing this?
He probably thought you already had them, too.

If you had replied "I don't have the latest files so I can't work on a fix. Can you send me the files for Windows version 1903, please?" I would've sent them right over . Instead, you posted something oblique, and then when I asked a reasonable question, you followed up with something that sounded fairly sarcastic ("it's time to read README.txt").

There's no easy way to know if you've got the files you need & are working on a fix. Maybe that could be helpful if you edit it into the OP along with as of yet unsupported OS versions?

Anyway, I hope you take this constructive criticism in the spirit in which it was intended, and thank you once more for giving my WMO years of extra life
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I sent you the files.
USBXHCI.SYS is definitely NOT 1903 version but some update (18362.207). I will check it.

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He probably thought you already had them, too.

If you had replied "I don't have the latest files so I can't work on a fix. Can you send me the files for Windows version 1903, please?" I would've sent them right over . Instead, you posted something oblique, and then when I asked a reasonable question, you followed up with something that sounded fairly sarcastic ("it's time to read README.txt").

There's no easy way to know if you've got the files you need & are working on a fix. Maybe that could be helpful if you edit it into the OP along with as of yet unsupported OS versions?

Anyway, I hope you take this constructive criticism in the spirit in which it was intended, and thank you once more for giving my WMO years of extra life
It's all OK, but
1. All versions are supported (and the latest checked version is clearly described in github commits) - except in some cases the latest one that i still don't have.
2. And more important - i'm not active user of windows 10 right now, so you are the one who NEED help, not i am. It's just hobby for me, not work.
3. And if you read this topic you will find that people just sent me the newest files - without long discussions.
P.S. But i will update the first post with the latest checked versions. You are right, this is much easier for somebody to isolate problem himself.

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I sent you the files.
In this (10.0.18362.207) version nothing is changed from original Windows 10 1903 (10.0.18362.1) version.
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In this (10.0.18362.207) version nothing is changed from original Windows 10 1903 (10.0.18362.1) version.

So are you saying there's no reason it shouldn't work? If so I'm super stuck cause I feel like I've tried everything.
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So are you saying there's no reason it shouldn't work? If so I'm super stuck cause I feel like I've tried everything.
Yah, not working for me either on the latest version of Windows 10.

edit: nevermind, is working.

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The table in OP is very useful, nice!
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So are you saying there's no reason it shouldn't work? If so I'm super stuck cause I feel like I've tried everything.
Yes. But i never seen you really said anything about what do you mean "tried everything". The "nothing" and "everything" are useless meaningless words.
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Yes. But i never seen you really said anything about what do you mean "tried everything". The "nothing" and "everything" are useless meaningless words.
Well I'm still using atsiv method and have tried a variation of different hidusbf files, however I just can't seem to get past 125hz (will still downclock). I'm not sure what exact details I need to provide, but if anyone has any suggestion it's appreciated.
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Well I'm still using atsiv method and have tried a variation of different hidusbf files, however I just can't seem to get past 125hz (will still downclock). I'm not sure what exact details I need to provide, but if anyone has any suggestion it's appreciated.
>will still downclock
Ok. If you really can downclock than you have working driver.
>using atsiv method
And what do you received when try hidusbfp.sys loading?
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