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post #421 of 476 (permalink) Old 01-03-2016, 03:47 AM
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So this has been around since the beginning of last year.

I mean it still requires test mode(lol esea), but damn do I feel personally bad now recommending a Fatal1ty mobo to fix the 8,8.1,10 issue in the past. doh.gifdoh.gifdoh.gifdoh.gifdoh.gif

You can't really avoid using test mode on newer versions of Windows because they enforce drivers to be signed by Microsoft. Enabling test mode allows you to use self-signed drivers which everybody can make, but you still can't use unsigned drivers like you could in XP.
Really? That's interesting. I thought there was a way around that. Disabling driver signature enforcement and something else... I really should look into that and find a guide.
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Really? That's interesting. I thought there was a way around that. Disabling driver signature enforcement and something else... I really should look into that and find a guide.

Personally I'm not a total wiz on what switches work where. I know of the DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS BCD flag which worked in 32-bit Windows 7 from what I can recall, but hasn't worked in 64-bit Windows 7 (probably even 64-bit Vista) and newer.
In reality it doesn't really mean anything. Anyone can sign drivers - a couple of years back THIS tool was popular, so I guess the only legitimate reason to do it is to verify the drivers integrity rather than ensuring you only use authorized drivers.

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Have you seen this post? It looks like overclocking is already possible on Win8 / 8.1 / 10. The zip contains a certificate :O

http://sweetlow.orgfree.com/hidusbf.html

I haven't tried it yet, because currently I don't have any old mice, but will try soon smile.gif
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Have you seen this post? It looks like overclocking is already possible on Win8 / 8.1 / 10. The zip contains a certificate :O

http://sweetlow.orgfree.com/hidusbf.html

I haven't tried it yet, because currently I don't have any old mice, but will try soon smile.gif

It works! Only in test mode though (admin cmd: bcdedit /set testsigning on)
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Just tried my WMO on a newer platform.. It seems that the INTEL usb 3.0 extensible drivers will BLOCK the 1000hz mod..

So.... basically on z77 z87 and z97, all the platform that use intel usb 3.0 drivers, if you install them (to use 3.0) it will not work with the older mice which need the mod to do 1000hz.


It will disable the mod on all of the usb ports and default to 125hz.

I tired with mx510, 518, WMO, IMO.



The problem is easily rectified, just buy a seperate usb3.0 addon card, and use that instead..


But if you MUST use the intel onboard usb3.0, it will block the mod.
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Just tried my WMO on a newer platform.. It seems that the INTEL usb 3.0 extensible drivers will BLOCK the 1000hz mod..

So.... basically on z77 z87 and z97, all the platform that use intel usb 3.0 drivers, if you install them (to use 3.0) it will not work with the older mice which need the mod to do 1000hz.


It will disable the mod on all of the usb ports and default to 125hz.

I tired with mx510, 518, WMO, IMO.



The problem is easily rectified, just buy a seperate usb3.0 addon card, and use that instead..


But if you MUST use the intel onboard usb3.0, it will block the mod.

This is true in Windows 7, but on Windows 8/10 it is definitely not with Sweetlow's latest drivers. I'm using the WMO @ 500 hz at this very moment in Win10 and USB 3.0.
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Just tried my WMO on a newer platform.. It seems that the INTEL usb 3.0 extensible drivers will BLOCK the 1000hz mod..

So.... basically on z77 z87 and z97, all the platform that use intel usb 3.0 drivers, if you install them (to use 3.0) it will not work with the older mice which need the mod to do 1000hz.


It will disable the mod on all of the usb ports and default to 125hz.

I tired with mx510, 518, WMO, IMO.



The problem is easily rectified, just buy a seperate usb3.0 addon card, and use that instead..


But if you MUST use the intel onboard usb3.0, it will block the mod.

Uninstall the eXtensible 3.0 drivers, disable xHCI in the BIOS and it will work. Using a Z97 Mark II here.

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This is true in Windows 7, but on Windows 8/10 it is definitely not with Sweetlow's latest drivers. I'm using the WMO @ 500 hz at this very moment in Win10 and USB 3.0.


The biggest mistake in all of what you said is " Windows 10 " biggrin.gif
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Uninstall the eXtensible 3.0 drivers, disable xHCI in the BIOS and it will work. Using a Z97 Mark II here.
teaching.gif There is not need to disable 3.0 controller up to Intel 90 chipsets. It's very easy to setup your PC to always connect low/full/high speed devices to EHCI controllers and use XHCI controller only for super speed devices.
P.S. blame on [bad guys] who write BIOSes and can't export this hardware feature to users.
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teaching.gif There is not need to disable 3.0 controller up to Intel 90 chipsets. It's very easy to setup your PC to always connect low/full/high speed devices to EHCI controllers and use XHCI controller only for super speed devices.
P.S. blame on [bad guys] who write BIOSes and can't export this hardware feature to users.

Interesting that you can set xHCI to only work for super speed devices, not that I own any as far as I'm aware. Can we get an :educated: emote please?

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