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Have you tried just using another USB port?

I know it sounds silly but didn't see it listed on things you did.

I usually avoid updating BIOS unless I have to or I have an issue. Was your mouse ever working properly on the current BIOS?

Another silly thing, computer completely stress tested?

Wish I could help, sounds like an interesting issue.

I tried every USB 2 and 3 port, i've also ran Prime95 for 6 hours last night to see if my CPU itself was defective. I haven't run Memtest86 yet though, i'll do that today for sure.

Any way to test for faulty I/O or Motherboard itself?
Edited by TriviumKM - 5/12/13 at 12:41pm
post #12 of 27
Try to use your mouse on a A4 paper...

I had issues with desk/pads/etc... (laser mouse)

Try it I'm not kidding, see my sig rig, I posted there as well: A4

At least you'll know if it ain't SOME kind of reflection (of the desk or ...)

Because ANY mouse... thats weird...


And what about input lag according with a monitor? (I don't know exact what, but there are some threads about this)
   
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OP, i would try to flash your bios, even if it wasnt an updated one, a fresh flash may help with the problem.

I would say a fresh install of windows may benifit as well. (pain in the whoop, i know)

I dont think your problem is related to your mice or the surfaces you are using.
post #14 of 27
If there is an I/O/motherboard test I would love to hear it.

In my experience motherboard troubleshooting revolves around checking if anything else is okay and if they are, motherboard is probably bad.

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If there is an I/O/motherboard test I would love to hear it.

In my experience motherboard troubleshooting revolves around checking if anything else is okay and if they are, motherboard is probably bad.

Good luck OP!
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Try to use your mouse on a A4 paper...
Same thing, thanks for the suggestion though.



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OP, i would try to flash your bios, even if it wasnt an updated one, a fresh flash may help with the problem.
I would say a fresh install of windows may benifit as well. (pain in the whoop, i know)

I dont think your problem is related to your mice or the surfaces you are using.

I already have re installed Windows to no avail, which lead me to believe it's BIOS / MOBO related, if i can't figure this out i'll flash my BIOS as you suggested, thanks.
post #16 of 27
I've had this problem before, but it wasn't a "move" motion it was more of a flicker in a random direction. The problem was static on the actual board itself, does your PSU have an earth cable that's screwed into your case? Take the power plug out of your rig, and hold down the power button for 15-20 seconds to completely drain it, then before turning it on, just give some steel inside the case a touch to de-static it before turning her back on.

The smallest amount of static can really screw with your IO ports, and unfortunately there's no way to detect it for the normal user.

As you have tested it on different computer, and changed ports. That eliminates a faulty mouse or port. I would highly recommend a BIOS update, as updating your bios is always a good idea, even if your system seems fine. They help to resolve compatibility and stability issues in your rig. Reducing blue screens and problems like you're having.
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I've had this problem before, but it wasn't a "move" motion it was more of a flicker in a random direction. The problem was static on the actual board itself, does your PSU have an earth cable that's screwed into your case? Take the power plug out of your rig, and hold down the power button for 15-20 seconds to completely drain it, then before turning it on, just give some steel inside the case a touch to de-static it before turning her back on.

The smallest amount of static can really screw with your IO ports, and unfortunately there's no way to detect it for the normal user.

As you have tested it on different computer, and changed ports. That eliminates a faulty mouse or port. I would highly recommend a BIOS update, as updating your bios is always a good idea, even if your system seems fine. They help to resolve compatibility and stability issues in your rig. Reducing blue screens and problems like you're having.

The PSU cable is 3 pronged, the wall socket grounds it. Because of your suggestion i have looked into my PSU, but all seems fine though.

Ive tried a couple more things that have all failed to resolve this:

1. Flashed BIOS
2. Pegged CPU at max stock clocks (3.4) and disabled all power saving features
3. Disabled Legacy and USB 3 in BIOS
4. Took my Video Card out and ran on onboard video

What i have noticed is Mouse Movement Recorder shows me a good amount of red / green (acceleration) whenever i open and close programs. Which lead me to check my DPC Latency where i noticed large Hard Page Faults when i would open / close most programs. I bench marked my SSD as well as ran health tests with Intels tool which came out fine.
I'm honestly out of ideas.

Edit: Going to run some RAM tests in all DIMM slots tomorrow, if they aren't the cause of the hard page faults i'm gonna assume it's my USB controller that's at fault.
Edited by TriviumKM - 5/13/13 at 11:50pm
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The PSU cable is 3 pronged, the wall socket grounds it. Because of your suggestion i have looked into my PSU, but all seems fine though.

Ive tried a couple more things that have all failed to resolve this:

1. Flashed BIOS
2. Pegged CPU at max stock clocks (3.4) and disabled all power saving features
3. Disabled Legacy and USB 3 in BIOS
4. Took my Video Card out and ran on onboard video

What i have noticed is Mouse Movement Recorder shows me a good amount of red / green (acceleration) whenever i open and close programs. Which lead me to check my DPC Latency where i noticed large Hard Page Faults when i would open / close most programs. I bench marked my SSD as well as ran health tests with Intels tool which came out fine.
I'm honestly out of ideas.

Edit: Going to run some RAM tests in all DIMM slots tomorrow, if they aren't the cause of the hard page faults i'm gonna assume it's my USB controller that's at fault.

Good luck!

Let us know how it goes!

One last silly question, did you disable paging?
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Good luck!

Let us know how it goes!

One last silly question, did you disable paging?

Never even crossed my mind, i'll do that before using memtest86.
Just got in so i'll get to it shortly, if that solves the issue, would that point to my SSD or to my RAM as the culprit?
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Never even crossed my mind, i'll do that before using memtest86.
Just got in so i'll get to it shortly, if that solves the issue, would that point to my SSD or to my RAM as the culprit?

Oh meant, did you disable your pagefile.

Some programs need the pagefile (even if you have enough ram) and can cause latency delays in certain programs.

Depends if your page faults are hard or soft (which Windows doesn't tell you) so its more testing by elimination.

Sorry, wish I could be more helpful but keep us informed.
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