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05-30-2020 08:07 PM
rqrqqaz
Quote: Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post
for x64 USBXHCI.SYS try this version:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post28099512
it has to work with high probability but i am waiting result of testing, of course.
the rest i will check some time later.
P.S. Ok, x64 and x86 usbport.sys and x86 usbxhci.sys have to work with hidusbfn.zip for Windows 1903 on github.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...000-hz-63.html


This file is not available on the 19041 version, may still have to trouble you
05-30-2020 11:01 AM
SweetLow for x64 USBXHCI.SYS try this version:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post28099512
it has to work with high probability but i am waiting result of testing, of course.
the rest i will check some time later.
P.S. Ok, x64 and x86 usbport.sys and x86 usbxhci.sys have to work with hidusbfn.zip for Windows 1903 on github.
05-30-2020 08:00 AM
rqrqqaz hi, SweetLow :
The file of WIN10 19041 version is here, now it is no longer possible to change the frequency,
can you issue the correction file again? thank you
05-15-2020 02:45 PM
XzifT
Quote: Originally Posted by smcelroy86 View Post
I can get the USB overclocked to 500Hz with either test mode enabled or without it enabled using ATSIV. However the anti cheat software for FACEIT requires test mode to be disabled and states ATSIV is not allowed and I must uninstall it. So is there no fix for this or am I missing something? Thanks peoples. (On Windows 10 1909 BTW)
There is a fix from SweetLow that should help you unload Atsiv

This is what the readme says:

In archive you will find the real atsiv's drivers (which are just incorporated in atsiv.exe - but can be extracted).
You have to (all with elevated rights)
0. Copy atsiv.sys to any folder, but the usual path for drivers is %windir%\system32\drivers (only once)
1. Create service for driver (only once):
sc create atsiv type= kernel start= demand binpath= system32\Drivers\atsiv.sys
(spaces are MATTER). The example is in Create_Service.cmd
2. then you can start and stop this service (and load atsiv.sys in & unload it from memory) by usual way in any time:
sc start atsiv
sc stop atsiv

pwd to archive is SweetLow


My comments:

You will find 4 CMD files, and a folder with 1.01 Atsiv and 1.02 Atsiv.

1) I guess you have to look at the Atsiv version you are using and use that one here.
2) Copy atsiv.sys from that version folder to %windir%\system32\drivers
3) Create a service for the driver by either going into command prompt typing "sc create atsiv type= kernel start= demand binpath= system32\Drivers\atsiv.sys" or running the "Create_Service.cmd" file
4) Start Atsiv service by running the "Start_Service.cmd" file - ERROR: A device attached to the system is not functioning
5) Stop Atsiv service by running the "Stop_Service.cmd" file - Without the above error you should be able to stop it now
6) Now you should be able to start up FACEIT AC if the steps above has worked.
05-13-2020 01:38 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post
is there an advantage of atsiv over test mode?

btw in windows 7 does 8khz somehow work with intel usb3.0 drivers? i'm a bit confused by the github readme:
>is there an advantage of atsiv over test mode?
Some [game] protection engines refuse to run under Test Mode.

>btw in windows 7 does 8khz somehow work with intel usb3.0 drivers? i'm a bit confused by the github readme
No, 1000Hz only for Low Speed devices. It was hard to find even this (and solution is not 100% perfect).
05-12-2020 09:17 AM
qsxcv is there an advantage of atsiv over test mode?

btw in windows 7 does 8khz somehow work with intel usb3.0 drivers? i'm a bit confused by the github readme:
Quote:
And under Windows 7 is supported Intel xHCI driver (IUSB3XHC.SYS) (see additions in HIDUSBFN.ZIP)
05-12-2020 09:04 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post
i'm not using atsiv or whatever
Why?
05-12-2020 08:48 AM
qsxcv
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 https://github.com/LordOfMice/hidusb...r/hidusbfn.zip
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
just fyi, for my new pc, this procedure works on win10 1909.
test mode is needed. i'm not using atsiv or whatever
05-01-2020 08:55 PM
ELKR based on my previous post should I overclock to 2000 or 4000
04-29-2020 06:30 PM
ucode
Quote: Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post
Looks like some internal processing take place with ~1500Hz (2/3 microsecond) rate.
I was surprised a sub $10 mouse could do as well as it did, that 2/3 millisecond rate isn't really an issue when 1000Hz is already more than expected!
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