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USB Keyboard and mouse support

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Try enabling your USB mouse in the bios but don't plug it in until after you have booted into windows.

 

I currently have to unplug and re-insert my mouse after Windows has booted before it will recognise that there is a mouse present.

 

It's only been since I installed the new 6.2 drivers from ATI, that includes the Southbridge drivers, that the system has recognised my mouse properly and loaded the Razer drivers. Prior to that it was running on the Microsoft mouse driver.

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I had a similar problem with this setting before I updated my BIOS. So my guess is, that the BIOS is at fault. You really want to have version 12/23/2005 installed it fixed a lot of the hang-ups encountered. After I flashed I had no problem with enabling/disabling my usb kb and mouse; they worked with either setting...

It polished up a lot of other things as well; you will be happy :nod:

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Thanks Metamaverick,

 

Just got home so I can now have a go at trying to solve it, I've downloaded the latest BIOS so that's my first job. Do hope this board will be ok, I want the X1900XT crossfire setup next.

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I have both USB KDC Support and USB Mouse Support set to DISABLED in bios and my computer works great :) Using a Logitech diNovo + Razer Copperhead, so that's two USB keyboards and two USB mice without any problems :P Though the Logitech setup cheats a little by having a PS/2 keyboard plug so I can use the kb in BIOS.

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