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Changed motherboards and now experience mouse corruption in windows - anybody else have an issue like this?

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Hi guys, I recently changed motherboards to a gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 (rev 1.2). Every component is the same as in my previous system (bar the motherboard obviously!) and things seem to be working fine bar one issue.

Basically in modern web browsers (Firefox and chrome) the cursor gets corrupted. It happens so fast that's its hard to describe accurately but it appears like the cursor gets magnified for a second and green lines go through it. It seems to happen when the cursor object changes (i.e. I move my cursor rapidly through a web page). I called up EVGA support (which kudos to them, are actually extremely helpful ) and they recommended me to try a number of troubleshooting steps which I performed including:
  • Re-installing windows completely
  • Trying different driver revisions
  • Trying different motherboard PCI slots
  • Running EVGA OC scanner to see if I get any artifacts (on a side note - is the rendered object on "furry EVGA" supposed to remain static when the artifact scanner is turned on? )

Here is a video of the problem i ran into (I apologize for not being able to upload to YouTube and having to record with my phone)
http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=24ox98o&s=6
(NOTE: You can really notice it towards the end of the video)

System specs:
My system: AMD phenom x6 1100t
PSU: corsair HX650w
Ram: 8GB
Motherboard: GA-990FXA-UD3 (rev 1.2)
OS: W7 64 bit
HDD: 1TB western digital 7200 RPM
Monitor: Dell u2312hm (connected through DVI)

Thanks for your help in advance! smile.gif
Edited by Jany - 2/2/13 at 7:33am
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How about flashing motherboard bios to latest revision? Do you have another mouse you can test?
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Thanks for the reply, Dopamin3. +1 rep smile.gif . I just updated the BIOS to the latest (non BETA) revision just there and unfortunately it did not make any difference to the problem redface.gif I also ran memtest86+ for about 7 and a half hours and no errors were detected. I will try out another mouse now but I doubt that will make a difference since I tried the exact same setup on my laptop (same mouse and all) and there were no problems to report.

Edit: Tried another USB port & mouse with no luck.
Edited by Jany - 2/3/13 at 9:30am
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Edit: I made a thread on the nvidia forums a couple of days ago about this issue just to see if any nvidia staff would reply. Just before i was going to RMA this card, somebody replied saying that they have the exact same issue, so it must be a driver bug then.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/528689/geforce-drivers/mouse-corruption-gtx-660-310-90-am-i-the-only-one-/
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