The mouse that has a little to much power.

  gengiscant 17:09 20 Sep 10

This is a weird one,when I first turn on my PC of a morning it is necessary to,after pressing the power button to take out then immediately plug back in my mouse, which is a Mionix Saiph 3200.

I thought it might be a fault with a particular USB port,but no,it happens no matter where it is plugged in.

This seemed to have started after I was tidying the cabling inside the PC, better airflow and all that. The mouse,previous to that seemed always to be powered, the various lights were always on.But now when I turn off PC the mouse goes off as well.

Not a major problem as the pc runs perfectly well despite this little foible.
My OS is Win7

  chub_tor 17:53 20 Sep 10

I don't have a definitive answer but it is always worth unistalling the driver and then re-installing it. Latest drivers from click here

  woodchip 18:47 20 Sep 10

Try checking USB Legacy is turned on in the BIOS

  gengiscant 10:10 21 Sep 10

Did both suggestions, no change. Weird.

  gengiscant 18:12 21 Sep 10

Anyone else?

  chub_tor 19:08 21 Sep 10

It sounds as if the USB ports are being turned off when you power down and that the Power Management settings have been changed. A couple of thoughts here from other forums

1. Are you using Vista?

If so you can change the USB port behavior in power management/advanced settings.

Go to USB settings/selective supend settings, enable/disable should shut the port down when the PC is off...........

2. If you are using XP ,this may be the option You are looking for:

Device Manager -> USB Controler -> USB Root Hub->Properties->Power Management->Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.

  gengiscant 20:37 21 Sep 10

I am actually using Win 7, but you have given me food for thought. I am posting this from my iPhone, so will look into this further tomorrow.

  chub_tor 09:23 22 Sep 10

In that case click here

  gengiscant 10:14 22 Sep 10

No luck there either.Tried various settings but nothing changed.
Thanks anyway.

  gengiscant 09:00 23 Sep 10

I spent a bit of time yesterday faffing about with various settings in the bios and within windows and I must have done something right as,low and behold problem solved. no idea how it happened, but there you go.

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