Originally Posted by squigly1
I'm only experiencing a couple of issues and not sure upgrading the bios would help.
The two issue are:
1. After a reboot and opening IE it will, after a few minutes go not responding for a minute or so. I can't even ctrl+alt+del, or bring up task manager. I try but nothing happens. Once everything gets going again task manager opens and ctrl+alt+del works as it then shows the options screen.
2. I have an older MS keyboard, which is PS2 but I have a USB converter thingy (not sure the technical term for it), that I really like but can't get it to be recognized.
I'm thinking both are related to the OS and maybe the Vertex3.
- I'm not sure why this would happen. Can you try other browsers? I mean, if it only affects IE, then someone here on OCN may know what to do (unfortunately, I'd be lost).
- There are two reasons I can think of for it not being recognized: the PS/2 to USB adapter may be for mice only (green adapters are for mice, purple are for keyboards). Or, the USB port you're trying to use is USB 3.0. That's all I can think of...
Getting back to #1, is your system overclocked at all?
Originally Posted by awdrifter
Sorry about bumping my own post, but I just want to see if anyone had this problem and are able to solve it. Thanks.
I don't mean to be rude, but just do it directly in the UEFI BIOS and stop trying to use Ai Suite II. I mean, it's not working for you, so the best thing to do is to stop trying to use it.