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Problem with mouse when restarting my computer

Discussion in 'Computer Peripherals & Consumables' started by ndnchico, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. ndnchico

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    When i restart my computer, my optical mouse turns off and doesnt turn back on. I have to turn the computer off and turn it back on. I have tried other optical mice and i have the same problem. I made this computer but I dont think that has antything to do with it. It is fairly new running an AMD 2400 with MSI-K7N2- delta motherboard. Anyone know what to do????
     
  2. Bobbler

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    Is it USB or PS2 connection?
    If PS2 is it via adaptor from USB?
    If USB have you tried plugging it in one of the other sockets/swapping another device (not another mouse) to the same socket?
    Is it in a USB hub?
    Do any other USB devices fail to startup properly in other sockets?

    If you can give us some of the above it may help mate.
     
  3. scooby do

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    on an NF7 motherboard there is a BIOS fix for this possibly need one for your Msi
     
  4. ndnchico

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    The mouse is usb. yet I have tried using a ps2 adapter that it came with. I also have a usb keyboard which seems to start up ok when I start the computer. I have tried using different usb ports, yet I have the same problem. My power supply is an antec 430v, so I don't think that that could be the problem as I don't have too much other stuff in there. Like I said, the only other usb device I have connected is my logitech keyboard and that seems to load up properly. I currently have my mouse connected through the ps2 adapter
     
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    Regardless of PS2 convertor or direct USB my problems were fixed with a BIOS update. I was using a USB mouse with a PS2 adapter and had the same symptoms as you. Simply updated the BIOS and not had a problem since.
     
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    thanks ill try that
     
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    i updated my bios today, but i still have the same problem
     
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    :) i dont know what i did but it works now :)
     

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