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post #731 of 771 (permalink) Old 03-30-2020, 05:24 PM
 
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Don't play with fire or you will get burned IMO. Taking it to a ammount that can damage the mouse possibly... who knows!

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Quote: Originally Posted by raboq3 View Post
-Disable secureboot (ready)
-Set bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS (ready)
-Set bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING ON (ready and not)
-Rebooted (ready)
-Installed SweetLow Certificate (Make sure you install it under "Local Machine") (readyx10^1000)
-Copied atsiv to C:\Program Files\atsiv (ready)

-Created atsiv tasks in Task Scheduler copying MouseOC_1.xml & MouseOC_2.xml (ready changed VID)

-Run Setup.exe, Filter On Device @ 500 (ready)
-Install Service, click Restart. (ready)


also copied the /hidusbf/amd64/1khz/hidusbf.inf to /sys32/driver/

stuck on 125hz
can go 31hz and 62hz

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It's good that you made software working. But i will comment you actions.
>-Disable secureboot (ready)
Ok.
>-Set bcdedit -set loadoptions DISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS (ready)
IDK where this came from to Windows 10 1909. The only version where it is working is Vista RTM!
>-Set bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING ON (ready and not)
It is good for TEST mode and doesn't need for atsiv, of course.
>-Rebooted (ready)
Ok, if you disable secure boot (any possible method) or set Test Mode the reboot is needed.
>-Installed SweetLow Certificate (Make sure you install it under "Local Machine") (readyx10^1000)
IDK why, but i can run all without it installing
>-Copied atsiv to C:\Program Files\atsiv (ready)
You can run it from any folder, of course.
>-Created atsiv tasks in Task Scheduler copying MouseOC_1.xml & MouseOC_2.xml (ready changed VID)
I always recommended first to check atsiv manual and only after that run it trough scheduler task (one task, not taskS).
>-Run Setup.exe, Filter On Device @ 500 (ready)
>-Install Service, click Restart. (ready)
first to Install Service (one time), then Filter On Device @ 500, then Restart
>also copied the /hidusbf/amd64/1khz/hidusbf.inf to /sys32/driver/
there isn't .inf in this folder. probably you are talking about hidusbf.sys from hidusbfN.zip. This action is needed for Test Mode method only and prohibited for atsiv.
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I can get the USB overclocked to 500Hz with either test mode enabled or without it enabled using ATSIV. However the anti cheat software for FACEIT requires test mode to be disabled and states ATSIV is not allowed and I must uninstall it. So is there no fix for this or am I missing something? Thanks peoples. (On Windows 10 1909 BTW)
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post #734 of 771 (permalink) Old 04-01-2020, 09:27 PM - Thread Starter
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am I missing something?
Yes, because you continue to ignore recommended reading.
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Yes, because you continue to ignore recommended reading.
In all fairness, your "recommended reading" is a contradictory mess that few can decipher.

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In all fairness, your "recommended reading" is a contradictory mess that few can decipher.
I always asked to point to these "cryptic, dull, jibberish... " and have ZERO return right now. I listen you very carefully...
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I read your entire post friend, I am not a "computer person" and trying my best to make this work. All you offer is rude comments in return, I understand you get endless questions, still no reason to be impolite.
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Quote: Originally Posted by smcelroy86 View Post
I read your entire post friend, I am not a "computer person" and trying my best to make this work. All you offer is rude comments in return, I understand you get endless questions, still no reason to be impolite.
Of course, it is not rude. If you not a "computer person" than you must RTFM all. If you don't understand why - that manual exactly for not a "computer person". But if you still have problems then AFTER that i will help.
Ok, if you read entire post did you notice "If you use atsiv then check your AV (or something else like anti-cheat engine) in case you are unable to load atsiv. Or use atsiv and then unload it completely before loading of such engine." link? It's is exactly what you need and i assume the only point where such engines mentioned at all.
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The first mouse I overclocked started randomly disconnect and reconnecting. I looked it up and it says that a damaged usb cable will do that. When I would wiggle the thin usb cable near the mouse it would disconnect and reconnect. I assumed the cable broke from use.

My new mouse is now disconnect and reconnecting while playing games. It never does it on the desktop. Even if I disable filter on device it still does it. Did I damage the mouse by overclocking it? I'm left with no mouse
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Quote: Originally Posted by ELKR View Post
The first mouse I overclocked started randomly disconnect and reconnecting. I looked it up and it says that a damaged usb cable will do that. When I would wiggle the thin usb cable near the mouse it would disconnect and reconnect. I assumed the cable broke from use.

My new mouse is now disconnect and reconnecting while playing games. It never does it on the desktop. Even if I disable filter on device it still does it. Did I damage the mouse by overclocking it? I'm left with no mouse
It looks more like a bad port, not the mouse itself. Of course, to isolate problem exactly you have to check this mouse on other PC and other mouse on this PC.
P.S. You have time to write a long post with very little information. Where is the mouse model for example?
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