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post #21 of 1009 (permalink) Old 04-13-2016, 02:44 PM
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I test it under 7 and 8 - and some problem exists.
10 is probably working, 8.1 - don't know
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works on win 10 great

may or may not work on win 8
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post #25 of 1009 (permalink) Old 04-13-2016, 03:06 PM
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Holy ****, this actually works. Removed test mode and just tried with Windows 10 x64 Enterprise - definitely works.

Not sure what the deal is but I notice that when I restart device in setup.exe now the screen goes blank, though the actual restart to new polling works. I have to restart setup.exe to "see" the changes now in non-test mode.

Just thought that was interesting. But seriously, fantastic job on this, did you pay for this out of pocket?
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I don't get it. Most mice do 1000Hz anyway.

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I don't get it. Most mice do 1000Hz anyway.



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I don't get it. Most mice do 1000Hz anyway.

older mice do not go above 125hz without overclocking and to do it with overclocking involved running in test mode and using an unsigned driver which was fine until anticheats (esea specifically) quit allowing it. now that it is officially signed you won't have to run in test mode so it is legal.

and yes newer mice run at 500/1000hz but if you haven't taken a look at every single thread in /mice you'll see a LOT of people would prefer using their 3.0/WMO/1.1 etc. over new mice =)

old mice do it better :}
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also just bought a modded takasta wmo, regular wmo, ms blue, 3.0 on ebay woooooooo hyped.

right now all i have is this "steelseries 3.0" that they've rubberized & a 1.1

i did bust out my mx310 but i just cannot use this shape maybe i'll sell it
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I don't get it. Most mice do 1000Hz anyway.

Not the ones that matter.

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that the comfort of a Logitech shape, is inversely proportional to the R&D put into its making.
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