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When I start my computer when it is just plugged in, or I switched off the the PSU and switched it back on the mouse won't move the first time I boot. Then I restart and it works. Now if I shutdown, but don't unplug the power or turn off the PSU switch the mouse will work perfectly whether I cold boot or not.

 

Any ideas??

 

Thanks

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PS2 mouse logitech

 

I am using a iogear kvm, but never had a problem before

 

I've been having the same problem. I get it randomly and I'm using a USB Razer mouse. I had a logitech 300 before and it also happened. I've tried using different USB ports.

 

Could it be a power issue? I tried bumping up the mb voltage but it didn't help. Anything else to try?

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I used to get this issue about a year ago, when i was learning about my NF2 rig. Eventually I had to face the fact that my overclock just wasn`t stable.

 

Have you guys tortured your rigs to test for stability?

 

In my case, the rig was stable in prime etc, but I was still getting the mouse freezes, but when I eventually found the sweet spot for my rig where everything was running happily together, the freezes went away.

 

This is not news you wanted to hear I know (i`ve been there) but you may have to admit that you aren`t properly stable. Try backing down a few Mhz on your clocks and see if it goes away. When you find your absolute sweet spot for your rig (which may even be somewhere higher than you are now) the problem will likely go away....

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I used to get this issue about a year ago, when i was learning about my NF2 rig. Eventually I had to face the fact that my overclock just wasn`t stable.

 

Have you guys tortured your rigs to test for stability?

 

In my case, the rig was stable in prime etc, but I was still getting the mouse freezes, but when I eventually found the sweet spot for my rig where everything was running happily together, the freezes went away.

 

This is not news you wanted to hear I know (i`ve been there) but you may have to admit that you aren`t properly stable. Try backing down a few Mhz on your clocks and see if it goes away. When you find your absolute sweet spot for your rig (which may even be somewhere higher than you are now) the problem will likely go away....

 

I don't think it's an overclocking issue. I've run stock speed and I still get this problem about half the time I start the computer. Also, for the first month I overclocked this I ran faster than I do now and didn't have the problem. It just started one day. I have a Razer Diamondback but I haven't heard anyone else having problems like this.

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I don't see a sig, so I can't help much, but i've found that in many cases my problems were related to video drivers. -even if they are the most current release (example-I just put an fx5500 in my girls pc and had mouse issues among other things.) doesnt sound right, i know...but hey.

 

Try using another video driver, even if it is a tad older. Just a shot...

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