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10-11-2019 01:03 PM
Defrag82 I know the driver will fail when USBPORT.SYS/USBXHCI.SYS are new/unknown to the driver, I'm just asking if there's an version of the driver that works with the latest version of Windows 10. It's often difficult to tell what version people should be using or whether any given version of Windows is supported.

If you want me to do something (like provide you with the new versions of the files) then please tell me.

I have no idea if you already have them or are working on a fix, or whether I can help in another way.
10-09-2019 12:36 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by Defrag82 View Post
I actually don't!
Then it's time to read README:
"USBPORT.SYS/USBXHCI.SYS ... simply too new and so unknown to the program."
Then take one logical step - why are these new files unknown to program?
10-08-2019 12:59 PM
Defrag82 I actually don't!

Is there a working version somewhere? I've had a look at both threads and it's not obvious to me. Thanks!
10-08-2019 03:20 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by Defrag82 View Post
but the latest windows update broke the driver again
Then you have to know what you have to do.
10-07-2019 12:48 PM
Defrag82 Has anyone got this working with Windows 10 1903 (OS Build 18362)?

I had it working & loading without test mode via the atsiv method, but the latest windows update broke the driver again
09-20-2019 08:03 AM
SweetLow JFYI:
Deprecation of Software Publisher Certificates, Commercial Release Certificates, and Commercial Test Certificates

>Q. What is the expiration schedule of the trusted cross-certificates?
>A. 4/15/2021
>Q. Is there a way to run production driver packages without exposing it to Microsoft?
>A. No, all production driver packages must be submitted to, and signed by Microsoft.
>Q. Does every new Production version of a driver package need to be signed by Microsoft?
>A. Yes, every time a Production level driver package is rebuilt, it must be signed by Microsoft.
>Q. Starting in 2021, will Microsoft be the sole provider of production kernel mode code signatures?
>A. Yes.
>Q. What will happen to my existing signed driver packages?
>A. As long as driver packages are timestamped before the expiration date of the intermediate certificate, they will continue working.
09-17-2019 01:59 PM
sweets3450 Thanks for putting this utility together I really appreciate it! I love my intellimouse and this lets me use it for any modern game. Thank you all!
09-17-2019 12:49 PM
qsxcv maybe it will still work with test mode off. i dont know.

i think 4/8khz is working properly for you but your computer doesnt like to make nice plots.
09-17-2019 12:05 PM
sweets3450 In the graphs above, I made one swipe as fast as I physically could. Is the graph indicating I moved the mouse very slowly somehow? Perhaps that's an indicator it's not working properly at 8khz?

Here is roughly the same movement at 500hz

09-17-2019 01:59 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post
keeping test mode on isn't too big a deal right?

can you check with mousetester? do a fairly rapid swipe and select Plot Type: Interval vs. Time
some games/anti-cheats will not run if you enable test mode, everything protected by battleye for example - pubg, arma 2, day-z, h1z1, planetside, r6, fortnite and some other garbage
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