Does anyone know a way to enable/disable the Enhanced Mouse Pointer Precision (EPP) via command line?

I'm a gamer and installed a fix, http://donewmouseaccel.blogspot.nl/2010/03/markc-windows-7-mouse-acceleration-fix.html, only I would like to still have it enabled in Windows itself.

I have a Corsair Vengeance M95 gaming mouse, so it has advanced capabilities of macros.

Basically what I am trying is on one button: "Switch to gaming profile": First disable EPP, then switch to the Gaming Profile. And on the other button vica versa.

The EPP does not seem to be a registry value, so any clue how I would disable it... or achieve this functionality in another way?


Enhance pointer precision setting can be changed via a call to the windows API. I wrote a small tool that does just that. You can find it on github.io. The change takes effect immediately (If you check that it works via the mouse properties dialog, you have to reopen the dialog).

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