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Old 7th December, 2002, 01:35 AM
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8RDA+ Mouse Lockup Issue

Ok, I've battled through the C1 problems and come out relatively unscathed. Managed to OC to 200 using the stock 11/12 BIOS with my 1.4g TBird but there is one problem that keeps occuring.

Almost everytime I reboot (only after the PC being off for an hour or so) the mouse (MS Intelli Optical USB running on the PS2 port with extension cable) locks up at the Windows XP logon screen.

Only a reset will get me out of this hole. The next attempt after the reset 99 times out of 100 fixes the problem and lets me use the mouse again.

I've also tried using the mouse USB style in my monitor (IIyama AS4332UT) and enbled USB mouse in the BIOS but still get the lockup. BTW I'm also using a USB keyboard without problems and Windows XP (Pro) is Service Packed & Hotfixed right up.

So has anyone come across this b4? Is there a fix?

Any pointers at all appreciated cause this is the only thing I don't like about my new mobo so far.
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have you installed the Nforce2 all in one drivers yet?
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What happens when you plug the USB mouse into the USB port in the back and not your monitor? Not working in PS port could mean an IRQ conflict.
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It's not really a lockup (having the same problem) What happens is the mouse doesn't power up when its on the PS/2 adapter. Unfortunately, leaving both the keyboard on USB and mouse on USB results in the loss of powerup for the keyboard. Unplugging and replugging the keyboard generally fixes this.

It seems that this has been resolved in revision 1.1 boards. I've got a 1.0

I tried the OrangeWare USB 2.0 driver from ASUS and Leadtek, but it does nothing to fix this problem.

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