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CS Mouse Fix Files

#1
noforce cmds, add these to the launch options:
Code:
-noforcemparms -noforcemaccel -noforcemspd -freq 100

Do you hate the mouse acceleration like me?
You'll love these files then..

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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/66ir51">CPL mouse fix</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%">Removes<span> acceleration on the mouse (XP)</span></td>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/ubxu9d"> Remove mouse fix</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%"><span> Removes mouse fix (XP)</span></td>
</tr>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/9qr5z7"> Remove mouse-acc (Vista)</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%">Removes<span> acceleration on the mouse (Vista)</span></td>
</tr>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/td7gcj"> Remove mouse-acc (W7)</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%">Removes<span> acceleration on the mouse (Windows 7)</span></td>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/5cny7x"> USB Mouserate Switcher</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%"><span> Program used to change the amount of hertz on your mouse (XP)</span></td>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/ehu22z"> UsbRate</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%"><span> Program used to change the amount of hertz on your mouse (XP)</span></td>
</tr>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/lcm37r"> Usbport.sys</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%"><span> The original usbport.sys - download if you can't get the hz-programs to work (XP)</span></td>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/tqka5q"> Mouse hertz Vista</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%"><span> Program used to change the amount of hertz on your mouse (Vista)</span></td>
</tr>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/r4t840"> Hidusbf</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%"><span> Program used to change the amount of hertz on your mouse (Vista)</span></td>
</tr>
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<td width="23%"><a href="http://nebulos.net/go/ecq0fb"> Mouse hertz Windows 7</a></td>
<td width="3%"><span style="font-family: Trebuchet MS; color: #0066ff;"> ></span></td>
<td width="63%"><span> Program used to change the amount of hertz on your mouse (Windows 7)</span></td>
</tr>
</tbody>
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#2
noforce cmds, add these to the launch options:
Code:
-noforcemparms -noforcemaccel -noforcemspd -freq 100

Also check these out (3 parts)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ID7IqBDfW0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RV5RgN_BqPQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHskfUeNmnA

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#3
<strong>The 'MarkC Windows 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix' is available at this link:
<a href="http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.com/2010/03/markc-windows-7-mouse-acceleration-fix.html">The MarkC Windows 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix</a></strong>

<strong>What is it?</strong>

It is a registry file that removes Windows 7 mouse pointer acceleration.

It is like the <a href="http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/763/CPL_Mouse_Fix.html">CPL Mouse Fix</a> and <a href="http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1548753">Cheese Mouse Fix</a>, but gives exactly 1-to-1 mouse to pointer response for Windows 7.

Exactly 1-to-1 means no discarded or delayed mouse input while game playing.

<strong>How do you use it?</strong>
<blockquote>- Find the display DPI that you currently use:
Click Start, click Control Panel, select Appearance and Personalization, select Display.
See if you have 100% or 125% or 150% selected.

- Open the ZIP file at the link above.

- Select the REG file that matches the DPI% you use and Double-click it.

- Answer Yes, OK to the prompts that appear.
(See below for non-Administrator account use.)

- Reboot or Log off to apply the fix (you have to reboot or Log off).

- Enjoy exactly 1-to-1 mouse to pointer response!</blockquote>
<strong>Why do you need the fix?</strong>

If you don't know you need it, then you don't need it!

Some older games, such as Half-Life 1, Counter-Strike 1.x, Quake, Quake 2, Unreal and others, while they are active and running, <a href="http://www.drdobbs.com/database/184410376#l4">call a Windows function</a> intending to <a href="http://support.microsoft.com/kb/149228">disable <em>variable</em> mouse acceleration</a> by forcing ALL movement to be accelerated by the same amount (doubled).
On Windows 2000 and earlier, that removed all <em>variable</em> acceleration.
Pointing and aiming in those games was OK, because the mouse response was then linear (all movement was accelerated by the same amount; it was doubled).

In XP, Vista and Windows 7, Microsoft <a href="http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/archive/pointer-bal.mspx">changed how mouse pointer acceleration</a> worked.
Now when those games call the function (asking that all movement be accelerated), Windows enables the mouse 'Enhance pointer precision' feature, which adds mouse acceleration using a <em>varying</em> curve to control the mouse response. (It enables it even if you have it turned off in the Control Panel Mouse settings.)

With 'Enhance pointer precision' enabled, slower mouse movements make the pointer go extra slow and faster mouse movements make the pointer go extra fast. It is not linear and not straightline.

This is annoying, because where you are aiming at depends on how far you move your mouse, and also on how fast you moved the mouse to aim.

<strong>How does the fix work?</strong>

It redefines the curve used by the 'Enhance pointer precision' feature to be a completely straight line. The slope of the line is tuned so that every on-mouse-pad mouse movement is turned into exactly the same amount of on-screen pointer movement.

<strong>How do you know the fix is working?</strong>

You can test if it is working by <strong>temporarily</strong> turning on the 'Enhance pointer precision' feature and see how the mouse responds.
(NOTE: Only turn 'Enhance pointer precision' on for testing: it should normally be set OFF.)

If you have 'Enhance pointer precision' OFF, then the fix will not be active (but it will be waiting to be activated when needed).
Just as some games turn it on when you don't want them to, we can turn it on manually to test that the fix is working properly.
<blockquote>- Go to Control Panel, and select Hardware and Sound, then click Mouse. Select 'Pointer options' and check-ON/enable the 'Enhance pointer precision' option.

- See how the mouse responds.

- If you want, you can set the Control Panel 'pointer speed' slider set to the 6th, middle position and run the MouseMovementRecorder.exe program that is included in the ZIP file to see that the mouse and pointer movements are 1-to-1 and always the same.
<span class="small">(The numbers in the MOUSE MOVEMENT column should be the same as the numbers in the POINTER MOVEMENT column. Any differences will appear in green or red.
If you do sometimes see differences, also test with 'Enhance pointer precision' OFF, in case the problem is with Windows or MouseMovementRecorder.exe rather than a problem with the fix.)
(NOTE: While running a game, you may see many red and green lines.
Games that need a fix usually frequently re-position the pointer and this confuses MouseMovementRecorder.exe but DOES NOT mean acceleration.
See <a href="http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1846538#pid1927879">Comment #271 [jump]</a> below.)</span>

- Turn the 'Enhance pointer precision' option OFF when you have finished testing.</blockquote>
<strong>Does my game need a mouse fix?</strong>

You can test your game to see if it turns 'Enhance pointer precision' ON, and needs a mouse fix.
<blockquote>- Turn the 'Enhance pointer precision' option OFF,
- Run Mouse Movement Recorder (included in the ZIP file),
- Run your game and look at the 'EnPtPr' column footer at the bottom of the Mouse Movement Recorder window.
- If it is displayed with a red background then the game has turned acceleration ON and needs a mouse fix.</blockquote>
<strong>Is this fix different from the Cheese Mouse Fix?</strong>

The 'Enhance pointer precision' option works <a href="http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.com/2010/02/windows-mouse-pointer-acceleration_28.html">slightly differently</a> in Windows 7 than it does in XP and Vista.

The Cheese Mouse Fix gives exactly 1-to-1 mouse response for Windows XP and Windows Vista.

The MarkC Mouse Fix gives exactly 1-to-1 mouse response for Windows 7.

<span class="small">(Note: Both fixes need the Control Panel 'pointer speed' slider set to the 6th, middle position to give exact 1-to-1.)</span>

<strong>But I don't use the middle 6/11 pointer speed setting?</strong>

If you want exact 1-to-1 <em>in-game</em> response when the pointer speed slider is not in the 6/11 position, or you have a custom display DPI, see the MarkC Mouse Fix Builder, which works for Windows 7, Vista and XP.
For those older games that turn acceleration on, it gives the same response as position 6/11 does (1-to-1), without having to move the pointer speed slider to 6/11.
<a href="http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.com/2010/04/markc-mouse-acceleration-fix-builder.html">The MarkC Windows 7 + Vista + XP Mouse Acceleration Fix Builder</a>

<strong>How do you remove it?</strong>
<blockquote>- Open the ZIP file at the link above.
- Select 'WindowsDefault.reg' and Double-click it.
- Answer Yes, OK to the prompts that appear.
- Reboot or Log off.</blockquote>
<strong>Loading the fix with a non-Administrator account</strong>

On Windows 7, when adding the mouse acceleration fix to the registry, you may get this error message:

"Cannot import (filename).reg: Not all data was successfully written to the registry."

This error happens because part of the fix turns off acceleration for the Welcome screen (the log on screen).
If you use the Welcome screen (or the Windows Log in dialog) and acceleration is NOT turned off for the Welcome screen, then the MarkC fixes have a 1 pixel / 1 mouse count error when the mouse changes direction left/right or up/down.

You can remove this 1 mouse count error by any of these methods:
<blockquote>- Run Disable_WelcomeScreen+Login_Accel.CMD as Administrator (Right-click > Run as administrator).
- Add/Merge Disable_WelcomeScreen+Login_Accel.reg to the registry while logged in as an administrator.
- Run RegEdit.exe and edit 'HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Mouse\MouseSpeed' to 0 (zero), while logged in as an administrator.
- Not moving or touching the mouse while using the Welcome screen (use arrow keys to select the user and Enter key to log in).
- Ignoring the 1 mouse count error! It's only a single count: You won't notice it.</blockquote>
<blockquote></blockquote>
<blockquote>original post: http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1846...ckquote&gt;

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