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FaintDeftone
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Posted:8/16/2010 1:16:00 AM # 1
Hey guys, I just bought the ASUS M4A785RD-V EVO motherboard and built a new PC with it. Everything went smooth with one exception; my nearly new Microsoft Mobile Mouse 6000 mouse has a lot of erratic behavior and jumpy mouse cursor. When I plug this mouse into another computer, it works perfectly, but when it is plugged into any USB port on this ASUS board, the mouse is laggy and jumpy. I'm using Windows Vista and every update available to it, plus I've tried using a generic driver and the one that came with the mouse. Anybody know what could be causing this? I know it isn't a PSU issue because my PSU is new and plenty big. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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Posted:8/16/2010 1:49:00 AM # 2

This is clearly a mystery. I do sometimes receive the odd erratic behavior on my mouse and I'm running under Vista.
I haven't figured out as to what the problem is however I do know that it has relevance to irq's.
Delete the current software, keys in safe mode and connect the mouse to a different usb port other then the one that is designated for mouse use. Re-install the software.
Much of the interference should dissappear however I've installed Vista on numerous systems and the behaviour continued with the simplest mouse design's. It must be a compatibility/irq/driver issue within the operating system.
Still waiting for a solution.

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FaintDeftone
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Posted:8/16/2010 1:58:00 AM # 3
That is exactly what I was thinking too. I thought maybe there was something in the BIOS I wasn't aware of that could fix it. I did switch USB ports and installed the driver for it, and flashed and updated the BIOS too. Right now it doesn't seem as bad, but who knows what'll happen later. Thanks for the reply. If anybody else has any suggestions, please let me know.

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Posted:8/16/2010 9:16:00 AM # 4
you might also look into making sure no house phones bases/handsets are lying around near by. like on your desktop because half of them today run on the 2.4GHz frequency aswell. along with some rc controllers.

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Posted:8/16/2010 11:13:00 AM # 5
I know it definitely isn't anything like that. I don't have anything sitting around my computer that I haven't had there before. Thanks for the suggestion though. It is weird though because sometimes I'll have no issues at all and sometimes it'll be really bad. This issue is REALLY bothering me. I just updated the last thing on my computer that wasn't updated with the newest driver and that was my chipset driver. Here is hoping that'll help.

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