Okay ladies and gentlemen,
After a lot of messing around I finally got it to work on Windows 10 x64 build 1809
Because I still see a lot of confusion in this thread I decided to write a little guide, hopefully that is appreciated.
I have added a zip with everything you need for 1809
There is no signed driver yet for this version of windows, so there is no easy install.
Until that point we have 2 options.
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
Option 2: Use atsiv (without test mode)
1. 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. Use the windows command line with admin rights and go to the folder of atsiv.exe. Type "atsiv -f hidusbfp.sys" without the quotes and hit enter. (you should get error 0xc0000001 but that doesn't matter, ignore that)
hidusbfp.sys comes from the patch folder from hidusbfn.zip (different zip then first step) I copied the file to my atsiv folder for my convenience so I don't have to type the whole path to the file.
3. Use setup.exe to set the rate to 1000Hz and click restart. Check the rate, it shoud be 1000Hz.
Unfortunately the 2nd step with atsiv has to be done each time you boot your pc. In this guide we did it manually, if you want to automate this process use the following guide: https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post26418714
When automating the atsiv process make sure you type the whole path to the hidusbf.sys file. Also make sure you type the mouse adress between * signs.
Good luck everyone!