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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.
06-18-2020 01:08 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by Eso_XXX View Post
I want to get the overclocking file for the keyboard, please
For the people with restricted mental health (i proud that even such people are trying to use my software!):
06-17-2020 08:26 PM
Eso_XXX I want to get the overclocking file for the keyboard, please
06-17-2020 01:38 AM
badgekill So yeah finally it's works again with windows 10 19041 thanks again Sweetlow , for my problem it was the Secure Boot who breaks and i followed your topic , i've use Atsiv for applying hidusbfp ( PATCH ) and now my mouse run more smoother with 500 hz .
06-16-2020 09:19 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by marcmy View Post
Hello I'm running Win10 2004 build 19041.329. I have enabled test mode and installed hidsubfn drivers but I can't overclock over 1000hz, my device just stops working. Any ideas? TIA
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).
06-16-2020 07:41 AM
elucid087 I don't have time to go through all 78 pages so I'll be upfront and ask; is there any real world benefits to this? Potentially frying a USB port for e-peen flexing isn't going to cut it personally.
06-16-2020 07:36 AM
AMOCO
Quote: Originally Posted by marcmy View Post
Hello I'm running Win10 2004 build 19041.329. I have enabled test mode and installed hidsubfn drivers but I can't overclock over 1000hz, my device just stops working. Any ideas? TIA
Up the Vcore volts a little more,But don't go to high.
06-16-2020 07:30 AM
marcmy Hello I'm running Win10 2004 build 19041.329. I have enabled test mode and installed hidsubfn drivers but I can't overclock over 1000hz, my device just stops working. Any ideas? TIA
06-16-2020 01:17 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by click4dylan View Post
I have all the usual debugging tools, IDA pro, visual studio, etc if you would like to remote debug this issue some time.
Thanks, but with high probability it is really hardware problem (inside hardware scheduler of xHCI controller). Of course, it shall be checked in any case but i don't ready to do this remotely
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