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07-07-2020 06:44 PM
nlse
Quote: Originally Posted by Aniela View Post
05.04.2020 IDIOT-PROOF NON-TESTSIGN METHOD GUIDE FOR WINDOWS 10 1909

1. Place premade folder 'atsiv' in 'C:\Program Files' so you have a 'C:\Program Files\atsiv' path. DOWNLOAD
2. Run C:\Program Files\atsiv\DRIVER\Setup.exe, press Install Service, tick Filter On device checkbox and choose your desired rate. Remember that some mouse can go only up to 500.
3. Press Copy ID's, paste it somewhere and copy the second line(in my case that would be "USB\VID_046D&PID_C051\6&45F1B51&0&2") and replace accordingly in the restart.cmd file in 'C:\Program Files\atsiv'
4. Launch Windows Scheduler located in C:\Windows\system32\taskschd.msc and import task 'Myszka.xml' also located in 'atsiv' folder
5. Restart your PC and confirm that it's working using THIS checker.

This works on my old mx518 mouse that is 125Hz(OCed to 500) by default on ASUS TUF B450-PRO GAMING motherboard.
Quote: Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post
if i would like to use hidusbfp.sys from Microsoft USB Drivers on Win8+ (USBPORT, USBXHCI)\PATCH (for atsiv on x64)\NTx86\4khz-8khz with the:
"hidusbfn.zip - Addition for some recent versions of Windows (Win10 v.2004 checked). Using described below
Edit: High rate driver versions now included in this package (in appropriate folders)."

how would that work with the "NON-TESTSIGN METHOD GUIDE FOR WINDOWS 10" Guide
07-07-2020 02:47 PM
NDUS
Quote: Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post
All for your wishes
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post28396030


If you have ordinary/batch version of Zaunkoenig m1k - can you post 8KHz mousetest picture here? I will reference it.
Sure, here ya go:


Thanks for the Atsiv guide, can confirm it's also working great on win10 v2004. Battle Eye didn't like me having Windows test mode on.
07-07-2020 10:37 AM
nlse
Quote: Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Aniela View Post
05.04.2020 IDIOT-PROOF NON-TESTSIGN METHOD GUIDE FOR WINDOWS 10 1909

1. Place premade folder 'atsiv' in 'C:\Program Files' so you have a 'C:\Program Files\atsiv' path. DOWNLOAD
2. Run C:\Program Files\atsiv\DRIVER\Setup.exe, press Install Service, tick Filter On device checkbox and choose your desired rate. Remember that some mouse can go only up to 500.
3. Press Copy ID's, paste it somewhere and copy the second line(in my case that would be "USB\VID_046D&PID_C051\6&45F1B51&0&2") and replace accordingly in the restart.cmd file in 'C:\Program Files\atsiv'
4. Launch Windows Scheduler located in C:\Windows\system32\taskschd.msc and import task 'Myszka.xml' also located in 'atsiv' folder
5. Restart your PC and confirm that it's working using THIS checker.

This works on my old mx518 mouse that is 125Hz(OCed to 500) by default on ASUS TUF B450-PRO GAMING motherboard.
that worked still you will have to choose the User or Group in taskschd.msc as it gave an error, just to add to it.
tested with 1000 hz and worked
07-07-2020 02:03 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by NDUS View Post
Could anyone who uses the Atsiv version make an idiot-proof guide like qsxcv did for the testmode version? It would be useful for posterity.
All for your wishes
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post28396030

Quote: Originally Posted by NDUS View Post
Can confirm this is working on Windows 10 ver.2004 with the M1K.
If you have ordinary/batch version of Zaunkoenig m1k - can you post 8KHz mousetest picture here? I will reference it.
07-06-2020 01:46 PM
nlse
Quote: Originally Posted by NDUS View Post
Can confirm this is working on Windows 10 ver.2004 with the M1K. One thing that gave me a pause: after step 4, it appears that there is no way to set a rate above 1000hz in Setup.exe. You have to run the 4khz-8khz batch file in the hidusbf\driver directory with Setup.exe. Then, the "31hz" setting in Setup.exe becomes 4000hz (not visually - but it is 4000hz) and 62hz becomes the setting for 8000hz.

Could anyone who uses the Atsiv version make an idiot-proof guide like qsxcv did for the testmode version? It would be useful for posterity.
would be great thank you

as i tried with setup still when trying the mouserate it only says 31 or 62 as a mouserate and not to see if its faster?
are there some things that may have not gone according all these ways

would be great with a guide that shows clearly how all works
07-06-2020 12:32 PM
NDUS
Quote: Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post
yay 8khz working again.

info and my procedure (i'm not sure what's actually necessary, but this worked for me without much effort)
0. my laptop is on win 10, version 1903, os build 18917.1000
1. enable test signing
run command prompt as administrator, then run
Bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING ON
reboot
2. download hidusb.zip from https://github.com/LordOfMice/hidusb...er/hidusbf.zip
download hidusbfn.zip from

unzip both
3. run hidusb\Driver\Setup.exe
make sure "Filter on Device" is unchecked for now.
click "Install Service"
close it
4. in hidusbfn\DRIVER\AMD64, copy hidusbf.sys to C:\Windows\System32\drivers
replace existing file.
5. open Setup.exe again. check "Filter on Device", set the rate, and click restart
6. ???
7. profit
Can confirm this is working on Windows 10 ver.2004 with the M1K. One thing that gave me a pause: after step 4, it appears that there is no way to set a rate above 1000hz in Setup.exe. You have to run the 4khz-8khz batch file in the hidusbf\driver directory with Setup.exe. Then, the "31hz" setting in Setup.exe becomes 4000hz (not visually - but it is 4000hz) and 62hz becomes the setting for 8000hz.

Could anyone who uses the Atsiv version make an idiot-proof guide like qsxcv did for the testmode version? It would be useful for posterity.
07-06-2020 02:36 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by nlse View Post
Win10 v.2004, X570 amd Motherboard
with WMO

does it work with AMD USB 3.10 eXtenible Host Controller 1.10 (Microsoft)?


is there a good guide, or updated guide for it to work?

4 - 8khz
put the hidusbfp.sys in %systemroot%\system32\drivers\

followed the text and it gave 31 and 62, asked here again, can be that its the amd still would be great with a clear or a video with the new one how it would work, maybe only with text and how you click at atleast for the steps, as it seems that it doesnt work very easily and needs to be updated

is there any working atsiv method put up 5 of them and they are not working properly
>put the hidusbfp.sys in %systemroot%\system32\drivers\
>followed the text
I don't remember such text. Copying hidusbfP.sys to this folder is useless.

>does it work with AMD USB 3.10 eXtenible Host Controller 1.10 (Microsoft)
Probably up to 1000Hz only. Read the opening post carefully.
07-05-2020 09:18 PM
nlse
Quote: Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post
Read literally few first lines of opening post before anything else. And, of course, "just stops working" is the result of >1000Hz overclocking sometimes, but very rare. I know one case only. In all other cases some kind of error reported for device in Device Manager (exact code) and in Setup (visually).
Win10 v.2004, X570 amd Motherboard
with WMO

does it work with AMD USB 3.10 eXtenible Host Controller 1.10 (Microsoft)?


is there a good guide, or updated guide for it to work?

4 - 8khz
put the hidusbfp.sys in %systemroot%\system32\drivers\

followed the text and it gave 31 and 62, asked here again, can be that its the amd still would be great with a clear or a video with the new one how it would work, maybe only with text and how you click at atleast for the steps, as it seems that it doesnt work very easily and needs to be updated

is there any working atsiv method put up 5 of them and they are not working properly
06-23-2020 10:13 PM
nordschleife
nordschleife

thanks again, working flawlessly on win 2004.
06-19-2020 11:13 AM
Eso_XXX
Quote: Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post
For the people with restricted mental health (i proud that even such people are trying to use my software!):
I am using Win7x64 OS, I have tried various methods but still can not break through 1000HZ or higher 2000hz. Since my keyboard is a customized product, the IC scanning speed has been as high as 3000hz. Choose 31HZ/62HZ can only achieve speed reduction, so I ask everyone to help me.
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