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Driver not working on your modern chipset? READ THIS

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

Removing watermark! Run CMD in admin mode (start button -> keyboard type: cmd , Now press CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER same time to accept admin rights).

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bcdedit.exe -set loadoptions ENABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
bcdedit.exe -set TESTSIGNING OFF
Reboot, watermark gone!

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Saturday, March 09, 2013:

DOES NOT WORK with WINDOWS 8/8.1 32/64. I do not know of a method that works for all mice so please stand by while I do more research and testing :)

Thursday, May 24th, 2012:
THIS IS ONLY FOR USB 2.0!!!

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Saturday, Mar 26, 2011:
Updated Guide: Windows XP 64-bit

Saturday, Jan 01, 2011:
increase usb poll rate in ubuntu, follow this guide

Thursday, Oct 07th, 2010:
If your USB port is broken (AKA plug in the mouse and it doesn't detect) try this method. However, like I said before. Not all mouses work 100% with HIDUSBF and sometimes cause random usb errors (due to stock mouse drivers). Please don't worry about this screwing up your pc, delete the driver. Restart and reinstall the driver again


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If your like me and hate default 125hz that all windows install (Unless you modify) here is a quick way to change your USB polling rate to 1000hz (1.00ms response time).

Windows Vista & 7 64-bit

1. What you need: USB.zip, any link:

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?71lchfvl8p9cibg

http://www.2shared.com/file/rPJEs6zK/USB.html

http://speedy.sh/nmsYr/USB.zip

http://www.sendspace.com/file/zcgc3m

http://depositfiles.com/files/zh6w5mhcv

http://www.ziddu.com/download/19468303/USB.zip.html

2. Extract HIDUSBF.zip & dimr.exe into a folder

3. Right click on "HIDUSBF.INF" find install (If Warning comes up about unsigned drivers don't worry)

4. Open up dseo13b.exe and check "Enable Test Mode"



5. Reboot

6. After Reboot you will see "Test mode Windows XXXX build XXXX" You can get rid of this but for now reopen dseo13b.exe and check "Sign a system file"

7. In the box type in "C:\\Windows\\System32\\Drivers\\HIDUSBF.sys". If correct a window will come up saying "The system file has been signed succesfully..."



8. Reboot

9. Reopen HIDUSBF folder and click on "Setup.exe"

10. Find your mouse click on it (it should be highlighted has blue) and at the bottom of the window check "Filter On Device" and select your Rate



11. Click Restart and open up dimr.exe. If it's still runs default 125hz reboot your windows Vista or 7 64-bit operating system again



12. To remove watermark open dseo13b.exe and click on Remove watermarks. It will link you to the website with the correct files to remove it

Windows XP + 64-bit/Vista & 7 32-bit

1. Right click on "HIDUSBF.INF" find install
(Note sometimes with XP if you apply and the mouse stops responding in this case restart again and try again)

2. Open HIDUSBF folder and click on "Setup.exe"

3. Find your mouse click on it (it should be highlighted has blue) and at the bottom of the window check "Filter On Device" and select your Rate

4. Click Restart and open up dimr.exe.

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Fix mouse with MarkC Windows 8.1 + 8 + 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix, here more here on how to improve game stats
 

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Originally Posted by bucdan View Post
nice guide, but what is the benefit?
faster response time. Even if your on a LCD that doesn't refresh has fast has the mouse there is way more accuracy
 
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I'm a Logitech fanatic. I use the Logitech software
But nice guide to keep handy. Thanks bunches
 

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Very nice guide +rep
 

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Whats the difference between this and the logitech 1000Mhz option?
I don't think there is one. This is really for anyone that doesn't have software like logitech or who ever else to enable 1000hz
 

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So does windows limit the rate it sees even if my mouse can do that speed?

By default windows limits it to 125hz and I've seen it even go has far up to 250hz without software. If you use vLite you can customize the setup to install 1000hz.

Since most mouses are not made to run 1000hz for long term (talking years) it's not set to that by default.
 

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is there no other way to boost the rate without keeping windows 7 in test mode?

also, is there an alternative method to this for the Razer Diamondback that any knows of?

thanks!
 

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Truly applaud your great and very informative post.
TY
thanks
 
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is there no other way to boost the rate without keeping windows 7 in test mode?

also, is there an alternative method to this for the Razer Diamondback that any knows of?

thanks!
I just did it with my Diamondback and its working.. However my peak is 1.39ms and 721Hz..
 

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Originally Posted by Hennessy View Post
BUMP

How to make it 1000hz / 1ghz

Um, your math is off there, buddy. 1000hz is 1MHz. 1GHz is 1000MHz.
 
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