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June 9, 2004 4:38:05 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus (More info?)

A7N8X deluxe V2, updated bios, Logitech wireless mouse + updated driver
With the mouse/transmitter connected to either rear USB ports the mouse
eventually exhibits peculiar operation i.e. basically it doesn't work
correctly.
Connect to front USB port/s and its OK.
I have a USB scanner and printer connected to rear USB ports and they both
function correctly, without any delay on these peripherals.
I used a spare Logitech wireless transmitter, connected to the rear USB
ports, with the same/original mouse, and it functions OK.
I'm bemused by all this, any thoughts??

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June 9, 2004 6:57:52 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus (More info?)

The front USB port will likely be an extension of the ones on the back; or
possibly connected to a differnce place on the motherboard, as it's a sort
of 'expansion-extra' - your manufacturer of your pc will have thought you'd
like some front USB ports for digital-cameras etc.

Check bios, make sure they're set up correctly; check windows too incase
drivers are corrupt.

"D" <anon@spoof.com> wrote in message news:RYsxc.597$SB2.166@newsfe2-win...
> A7N8X deluxe V2, updated bios, Logitech wireless mouse + updated driver
> With the mouse/transmitter connected to either rear USB ports the mouse
> eventually exhibits peculiar operation i.e. basically it doesn't work
> correctly.
> Connect to front USB port/s and its OK.
> I have a USB scanner and printer connected to rear USB ports and they both
> function correctly, without any delay on these peripherals.
> I used a spare Logitech wireless transmitter, connected to the rear USB
> ports, with the same/original mouse, and it functions OK.
> I'm bemused by all this, any thoughts??
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