Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-z77x-UD3H, BIOS ver. F18, newly purchased, not half a year old.
I have a problem with my MS Comfort Mouse 4500. It regularly stops working. All the back pannel ports are USB3 capable, connected either to VIA VL800 or Intel 7 Series USB3 controller. So no pure USB2 ports backside. My question is this: What might possibly be the problem with it, when all my other USB devices work well, even my USB3 flash drive that I normally connect frontside, but just for testing I tried it once on the back too, and it operated on USB3 speed too.What I've done so far: swapped mouse, same problem. Tried BIOS and Safe mode immediately after the problem, both worked with smooth mouse movement. Then after normal boot, mouse doesn't work. Only thing that helps is deleting the USB3 Controller (regardless which one the mouse is connected to, I always remove that controller, and leave the other untouched) from devmgr and then rescan for new hardware, it gets recognized, afterward all the rest of the USB devices I have, including the mouse. After that all works normal again, for a relatively short time. Any help would be much appreciated.
Edited by hamluis, 06 September 2013 - 03:52 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to External Hardware - Hamluis.