The MarkC Windows 10 + + 8 + 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix What is it? It is a registry file that removes Windows 7 or 8 or or 10 mouse pointer acceleration. For help for the fix, visit the ESReality MarkC Windows 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix page: hoken-arekore.info?a=post&id=. REG files for Windows 10 or or 8 or 7 or Vista or XP. The registry fix created works like the CPL and Cheese and MarkC fixes, but is. Hi Mark, I don't know if you have the time to help out a random noob, but here goes: Cplmousefix is utterly broken on windows xp, at least under 85hz. ESReality MarkC Windows 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix page. If you change the Control Panel pointer speed slider you will need to build another fix and also enter N for that an 'N' fix can only exactly match 1 slider setting at a time. It can only set the DPI settings. BUT running at a high priority may make the Mouse Hz column more accurate. Login or Sign up. The basic problem is that rounding truncation happens when Windows XP calculates things, and it was difficult to compensate for that truncation when starting with SmoothX and calculating SmoothY. LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Themen-Optionen Druckbare Version zeigen Thema abonnieren…. Alright, now that I have that established just in case it may be helpful, here are my questions: Things do get complicated if your mouse is set to Hz or Hz or Hz Thanks for the replies btw. Hey Mark, This is really awesome! Internally, Windows multiplies mouse movement by the MouseSensitivity value, and so part of the magic numbers of the fix is to divide by MouseSensitivity to undo that. I am using mouse movement recorder and i sometimes get red and green lines. If you set EPP OFF in the Control Panel, and use -noforcemspd, then you won't have any control panel accel. The numbers in the MOUSE MOVEMENT column should be the same as the numbers in the POINTER MOVEMENT column. So I ran the mousefix builder to my settings I used. I saw you made this which is better, but still has some mouse accel but not. Any ideas on what's extra games on? Any ideas what this could be? It's driving me bonkers.