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  1. Version 1.3b

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    The default 125Hz USB sample rate in Windows Vista and Windows 7 is not enough for today’s gamers and end-users. There are many USB sample rate patches out there, but none of them support Windows Vista and Windows 7, due to a new restricted driver signature enforcement feature. Now it is possible to use these patches. These patches and these tools have been well tested, but I am not taking responsibility for any damages! Use it at your own risk. 1. Download Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider. 2. Extract the file. 3. Run "dseob13b". Choose and execute "Test Mode". Wait a bit, then "exit". Now reboot your PC.. 4. You should notice and see a script "Mode test windows 7 version 7600" who appeared in the right down corner.. Don't worry we will be able to remove it at the end.. 5. Go in the HIDUSBF’s folder, right click on "HIDUSBF.inf" and choose to install. In the same folder run the "Setup.exe". 6. Click to enable "Filter On Device" at left down corner of the window and choose the poling rate (hertz) wanted. Be aware that a high value could slow your PC.. Recommended: 500 Hertz 7. Cick on "Install Device" and then close it with "Close". 8. Run again "dseob13b". This time choose and execute "Sign a File". Copy/past this: C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\HIDUSBF.sys (can be different if the OS is installed on an other disk with a different letter).. 9. Reboot again your PC. 10. Verify by using Mouse Rate or DirectInput Mouse Rate (attached below as mouserate.exe and dimr.exe) 11. If you would like to remove the test mode watermark, run "dseob13b" and choose "Watermark removal" to get the whole instructions. Extract and run "RemoveWatermark" corresponding to your OS (takes some time).. Reboot your PC.. Note: "dseob13b" requires administrative privileges (Run as administrator). That should do the trick. Remember! Use it at your own risk! Don't blame me if your motherboard explodes. But... I already tested it myself, with a lot of success, so you don't have any reason to worry about . If you would like to uninstall it, just right click on HIDUSBFU.inf, choose Install and disable test mode from "dseob13b". Supported OSes: -Windows Vista 32bit/64bit -Windows Server 2008 32bit/64bit -Windows 7 32bit/64bit source: http://www.ngohq.com...-vista-7-a.html
  2. (We would not normally post Tech-info in News, but the timely post by SinCity could save many, many people a lot of time.) Sincity's post: https://fearless-assassins.com/topic/92671-usb-devices-stopped-working-last-week-microsoft-has-released-a-fix/ My computer and a co_Leader's computer both had the USB problem. Our printers and other USB-connected devices had troubles of various kinds. My keyboard and mouse seem to be working okay... I am posting this here to save a lot of people a lot time trying to troubleshoot their printers, etc. Update after Dzoni posted below. People may get different problems on their different computers...or perhaps no problems at all. My update was successful. Addresses an issue in which some USB devices and onboard devices, such as a built-in laptop camera, keyboard, or mouse, stop working. This may occur when the Windows Update servicing stack incorrectly skips installing the newer version of some critical drivers in the cumulative update and uninstalls the currently active drivers during maintenance. This announcement was intended to help people avoid the troubleshooting adventure that is posted below.
  3. The Intel Management Engine (IME) is a component of virtually every Intel CPU released after 2008. Think of it as a CPU on top of a CPU; it does tasks separate from the main operating system while the computer is in use. Intel argues that it can be used to do remote administration tasks, although the likes of the EFF have long argued that having a “black box” that can control networking and hardware, even when the computer is switched off, represents a major security and privacy risk. https://thenextweb.com/security/2017/11/09/researchers-find-almost-every-computer-intel-skylake-cpu-can-owned-via-usb/
  4. Chuckun

    Logitech G9x

    So as you can see, I purchased the CoD:MW3 branded version of the G9x because it's half the price of the standard one - wouldn't you? Purchased for £30 from Ebuyer - can be bought cheaper in the US. What's in the box? 1x Logitech G9x CoD:MW3 branded gaming mouse 1x Spare 'rugged' feel CoD:MW3 branded mouse cover 1x Metal Logitech weights tin, holding varying weights for the mouse. 1x Soft textile Logitech CoD:MW3 branded mousepad (no mousepad included with the standard G9x) The first thing I noticed with this mouse was the beautiful shape. It's large, but not too large, and pretty much fits my hand perfectly. Which led me to admire the stunning soft resinous finish of the mouse cover - not so much of a fan of the other one (it comes with two) though, it feels cheap and a bit 'rough around the edges'. The button placement on this mouse is to die for! For years I searched for gaming mice which suited my preferred layout and positioning, and finally, I found it! Not only are the buttons in perfect placement but the action of the buttons is soft and feel of a high quality when used. With up to 5700 DPI and 1000 tracking reports per second(!), this mouse is a very precise and - if I'm honest - slightly too good for someone like myself. And despite trying and trying, I have not managed to create ANY noticable negative acceleration. The mouse has memory enough to store 5 on-board profiles which do NOT require the SetPoint software to be installed - handy for Mac / Linux users! These profiles do however need to be set up using SetPoint on a windows computer initially - but I'm sure every Mac or Linux user has that windows-using friend that they've not managed to convert yet - finally, a use for Windows eh!? Hopefully your friend wont be too smug. However, even if you dont have a Windows friend, you can still make use of the manual DPI switch to increase or decrease your effective DPI. With SetPoint however, you can make use of automatic application-based profile switching - very handy for gamers - for example, I have a Standard profile, a CoD4 profile, and a W:ET profile to cater to the different play styles of the two games, and to tone down the DPI once I'm back doing standard computer usage. This can be temperamental however, due to some sort of bug in the SetPoint software - but this is no fault of the mouse. You can also customise the X and Y axis sensitivity.. Useful if you know what you're doing - lowering the Y axis sensitivity means up/down motions will be slower, meaning you're less likely to stray from the 'headshot' zone. The colour of the LED is also completely customisable per-profile, which is handy for knowing which profile you're on, and of course its just nice to have a change sometimes. One thing I find EXTREMELY useful as a programmer, is the ability to press the button on the base of the mouse which disables the restrictor on the mouse wheel - giving you 'free scrolling'. This is seriously handy when you want to scroll through lots of text (ie code), and also becomes quite nice for using on webpages too eventually. Ok, like with all products there's always a downside - unfortunately for this mouse, the downside is in my opinion quite a bad one for a gaming mouse... The USB lead. Sounds like no big deal right? Well the USB lead on this mouse has a threaded textile coating which feels more like horrible impressed plastic if I'm honest, and it has a horrible physical memory to it. I've used this mouse now for about 6 months and yet it still has the memory of when the wire was coiled up in the packaging.. The lead literally has 90° kinks in it as if it's just been taken out of the box.. Which matters when it gets snagged on the edge of your desk mid-battle and costs you your kill spree! Don't let me scare you though - I would still buy this mouse over and over again. I would simply make more of an effort to straighten out all the kinks in the lead before use. TL/DR: Pro's: - Shape - Size - Custom Weights - Button Placement - High DPI - High Tracking Rate - No Negative Accel. - Customisable X and Y axis - On-board profiles - Manual DPI Switch - Side Buttons - Free-scroll / Fixed Scroll wheel changer - Free Mousepad (with CoD:MW3 branded mouse only) - Spare cover Con's: - Cheap, nasty USB lead with ultra long physical memory - Application-based profile switching can be temperamental (software issue, not the mouse really)
  5. Chuckun

    G9X

    From the album: Review Images

    The beautiful Logitech G9x with the not so beautiful CoD:MW3 finish
  6. File Name: Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider File Submitter: Annibal File Submitted: 18 Dec 2012 File Category: Software The default 125Hz USB sample rate in Windows Vista and Windows 7 is not enough for today’s gamers and end-users. There are many USB sample rate patches out there, but none of them support Windows Vista and Windows 7, due to a new restricted driver signature enforcement feature. Now it is possible to use these patches. These patches and these tools have been well tested, but I am not taking responsibility for any damages! Use it at your own risk. 1. Download Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider. 2. Extract the file. 3. Run "dseob13b". Choose and execute "Test Mode". Wait a bit, then "exit". Now reboot your PC.. 4. You should notice and see a script "Mode test windows 7 version 7600" who appeared in the right down corner.. Don't worry we will be able to remove it at the end.. 5. Go in the HIDUSBF’s folder, right click on "HIDUSBF.inf" and choose to install. In the same folder run the "Setup.exe". 6. Click to enable "Filter On Device" at left down corner of the window and choose the poling rate (hertz) wanted. Be aware that a high value could slow your PC.. Recommended: 500 Hertz 7. Cick on "Install Device" and then close it with "Close". 8. Run again "dseob13b". This time choose and execute "Sign a File". Copy/past this: C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\HIDUSBF.sys (can be different if the OS is installed on an other disk with a different letter).. 9. Reboot again your PC. 10. Verify by using Mouse Rate or DirectInput Mouse Rate (attached below as mouserate.exe and dimr.exe) 11. If you would like to remove the test mode watermark, run "dseob13b" and choose "Watermark removal" to get the whole instructions. Extract and run "RemoveWatermark" corresponding to your OS (takes some time).. Reboot your PC.. Note: "dseob13b" requires administrative privileges (Run as administrator). That should do the trick. Remember! Use it at your own risk! Don't blame me if your motherboard explodes. But... I already tested it myself, with a lot of success, so you don't have any reason to worry about . If you would like to uninstall it, just right click on HIDUSBFU.inf, choose Install and disable test mode from "dseob13b". Supported OSes: -Windows Vista 32bit/64bit -Windows Server 2008 32bit/64bit -Windows 7 32bit/64bit source: http://www.ngohq.com...-vista-7-a.html Click here to download this file
  7. Hey all! So yesterday, my faithful Logitech wireless mouse that I had been using for ~5 years or so decided to bite the dust. It had been threatening to do so for quite a while, but I decided to wait it out, until I had a little more money. I'm looking for something decent (no cheap Belkin, Ativa, Dell, HP, etc. crap please), that is wireless with a USB receiver (this is for a desktop- no bluetooth). I prefer laser over optical, though I suppose a ball mouse might work hahaha. I'm also willing to look at wireless keyboard and mouse combo sets- so if you know of a good one, please suggest it! The limiting factor, however, is the money. I'm looking to spend no more then $100 on a mouse, and $150 on a keyboard/mouse combo set. And full form-factor please. I can't stand those puny little 2 inch laptop mice. Hopefully, this topic can be used to help other people as well as me, who are looking for gaming mice. Thank you so much for your help!! -Xernicus

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