Back with Windows XP, I was able to change my PS/2 mouse's sampling rate from its default setting to 200 Hz at
Device Manager > Mouse > 'Name of Mouse' > Properties > Advanced Settings > Sample Rate, but this setting is now gone in Windows 7.
Is there another way to change a PS/2 mouse's polling/refresh/sample rate in 64-bit Windows 7 to 200 Hz?
My mouse uses the default, installed-by-Windows drivers back in XP, and the same with Windows 7.
Screenshot of the mouse properties configuration window that will change a mouse's sample rate in Windows XP (this setting is now gone in Windows 7):
Note: My mouse is not Logitech. The screenshot above is not from my PC. It is just to illustrate how to edit a PS/2 mouse's sample rate in Windows XP.
Solutions I've tried so far but didn't work:
Using PS2Rate Plus and PS2Rate (these software seem to be designed for Windows 95 and 98)