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21 February 2015 00:55
tarasis Thanks for this thread, I was able to activate 500mhz for my old (till today, unused in ages) MS WMO.

I spent hours trying to get it going between various retries, but it was the post about removing the USB 3 extensible drivers that did the trick.

I couldn't use dseo13b to enable the test mode either as my system boots via the System Reserved partition. So I needed to make that visible by assigning a drive letter to it and then had to use bcdedit

bcdedit /store f:\boot\bcd -set ...

Its a little strange going back to the WMO, I've been using either an Apple Trackpad or a MS Wireless Laser Mouse 8000 for the last 8 years. Briefly had a G502, but returned it as the shell was irritating my skin. Strongly considering a Roccat Tyon at the moment.
20 January 2015 21:07
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Originally Posted by Tuan Tran View Post
After many ways, I have found that a f*cking shit thing makes the trouble. That is "usb 3.0 driver". For me, it called "usb 3.0 extensible ... controller", just uninstall it then you goal!
After trying every method it was only after i deleted eXtensible that the normal method worked first time. Thankyou.
27 November 2014 00:36
triboman
It's working

Nice tutorial. ty
3 November 2014 08:09
Lefteris Thanks man!!
2 November 2014 05:04
Tuan Tran
DONE!

After many ways, I have found that a f*cking shit thing makes the trouble. That is "usb 3.0 driver". For me, it called "usb 3.0 extensible ... controller", just uninstall it then you goal!
19 July 2014 21:15
Lefteris I have a Mad Catz TE Stick with the XBOX drivers but it wont show in the USB Mouse Rate Adjuster Setup list. Does anyone know how I will make it show up? I have unchecked mouses only and I see other devices but not my TE.
16 June 2014 08:15
noveek
Windows8 ?

This is possible to windows 8.1 ???
7 December 2013 23:07
vtchill
found a solution

I was having problems getting this to work and finally got it to work following the instructions in the original post.

For me the problem was I was plugging my mouse into a usb 3.0 port which will not work. I switched my mouse into a usb 2.0 port and tried the instructions again and everything worked fine!
5 November 2013 23:32
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Hi there,

I have used this method for years with my Microsoft WMO, but after a recent hardware upgrade, I am unable to change the polling rate it seems.

I have followed the steps exactly, no matter what I try it always reports 125hz on dimr.

The hardware upgrade was to a Haswell (1150) CPU, i5 4670k, with a Z87 chipset motherboard, Gigabyte Z87-D3HP.

Any idea why it would not be working for me? I am using a USB 2.0 port.

Full spec, if it makes any difference:

Win7 64bit
i5 4670k
Gigabyte Z87-D3HP
ATI Radeon HD 7950
8GB DDR3 1600MHz
Samsung 128GB 830
ASUS Xonar D2
I am using a similar setup except a Z87X-D3H and I am having similar problems, has there been any solution found or is the z87/gigabyte chipset just not suited for this?

Thanks
25 October 2013 15:41
Dwarden ok, i have quite strange problem with this, i have Logitech M705 with or w/o logitech driver and can't get it over 125Hz even while the filter is enabled ...

was working fine with previous Logitech mouse so i wonder what's the catch ...
i suspect it's linked to some updates related to 'usb' system driver files

Windows 7 x64 SP1 + the feature update(s)
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