Nice. Good eye. HERE
is the post for it, but unfortunately it doesn't give a changelog.I hope this fixes my Logitech USB headset issue so I can have it plugged into the VIA ports. I'll report back tonight when I'm at that machine.
Edit: Sort of works, I guess... But it really doesn't.
I was still getting the disconnect/reconnect bug, so I figured I'd reinstall the Logitech drivers and software with the latest version/drivers.
I manually removed the G930 from the device manager, unplugged it and reinstalled the Logitech Gaming Software. Plug in the G930 and they work, but
the LGC does not recognize them. I tried the other VIA ports and windows installs the driver, they work, but LGC still does not see them. Ok, that is some progress, the last VIA drivers would just go straight to the discon/recon loop bug.
When I reinstall the LGC+drivers with the G930 plugged in and unplug them when the LGC installer asks, let the installer finish, the headset goes back to the disco/recon loop as before.
Looks like its not fixed, but now I can at least run them off the windows drivers if I wanted.
I tried changing both the 'Hand-Off' settings in the bios (OFF/OFF, On/OFF, Off/On, On/On), no luck. Back to the Intel port for my usb headset then.
Another fun fact: When I have a Madcatz Xbox360 controller plugged in the bios does not work. When trying to load the Bios it either goes to a blank screen, or a blank bios screen with borders/sections where I should see info/menus with a mouse in the center of the screen. I spent a good 30 minutes trying to fix it. I thought my bios was hosed and the chips corrupt because I couldn't load the backup bios either, or reflash, or reset defaults on either to get back into the bios to edit settings. Turned out to be the Xbox360 controller plugged into the front port of my case which is hooked to one of the aux USB headers on the UD3H.
It makes me think that a $189 mobo that isn't that old to to the market and was selling for $159 with an additional $50 off, then an in-store special with $40 off when purchased with a 3570k was so cheap because of these issues. Yes there isn't really anything wrong, it still works fine, but its got this ONE (or several) issues with the VIA USB.
Another good deal turning into a good headache.
Between this and having my last Gigabyte mobo failing a month out of warranty I think I'm done with gigabyte for my next system. Good boards buy I'm sick of dealing with stuff like this.Edited by frag85 - 4/26/13 at 12:37pm