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Old 08-12-11, 05:32 PM   #1
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Default Guys, gals, really odd usb issue. You have got to read this because its weird.

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Fresh install win 7. All drivers installed for all hardware (different versions tried for all usb devices same result).

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If usb3 mybook drive is plugged in to one of the usb 3 ports there are no issues until next reboot. The drive is detected, fast and issue free and always shows up even after the issue appears. If I remove the drive my next reboot I will have no wireless usb keyboard or mouse for about 2 minutes after I hit desktop. WTF ?!?! Then , all of a sudden they start working.. The weird part..

Wired keyboard and mouse work fine from start.. Only wireless ones are affected ?!?! I switched out mouse, Kb and receivers from another pc and they had the same issue and are not even the same makes and models !!

As long as I keep the usb3 mybook drive plugged in there are no issues. Only removal of the drive causes this. I do remove the drive properly. System restore point fixes it so basically I have to do a sys restore every time I plug the drive in. I dont want hours on the drive because it goes in a fire proof safe with system images on it that are full system backups. Tried every driver I could find for the USB 3 chipset. The mobo is in an MSI GD55. I dont think it is mobo. The mouse and keyboard are fine in safe mode and bios (newer mouse driven bios) so WTf ?

Fresh installs and no fix. The drive does not cause this on other machines including one with a GD55 in it that a friend has. Same bios version... Figure this out and I will pay pal you 10 bucks. Promise.
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Old 08-13-11, 02:11 PM   #2
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Default Re: Guys, gals, really odd usb issue. You have got to read this because its weird.

No one knows. Not surprised. I disabled the USB 3 controller on the mobo and sysrestored to get it back to normal. Plug in the HD and next boot = no KB or mouse for 2 min after desktop. Weird
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Old 08-13-11, 04:32 PM   #3
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Default Re: Guys, gals, really odd usb issue. You have got to read this because its weird.

USB 3.0 is not flawless and has quite a few issues (random disconnections, USB 3.0 compatible drives working as USB 2.0 ones etc) that's why noone knows a solution to your problem.

Did you try to update the Firmware of your USB 3.0 controller ?
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Old 09-04-11, 08:55 AM   #4
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Default Re: Guys, gals, really odd usb issue. You have got to read this because its weird.

Found the fix. It was a damn service. I use Guitar Rig for for recording guitar tracks. It has a service called Nihardwareservice. Setting it to delayed start fixed the whole problem. Cant believe it was a service !!!
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