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Strange P8P67 Pro BIOS issue

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Up until today I have been using the BIOS with no problems. Only really to have a look at the new interface and changing the boot order. I have not tried to overclock. Today when I entered the BIOS my mouse was moving erratically and I could not move it accurately to choose any options. Thinking it may be my USB wireless mouse I then tried a ps/2 mouse and had the same issue. I am on BIOS version 1053. I have been using this version for about 2 weeks. The mouse is working perfectly in Windows. Anybody any ideas?
post #2 of 6
update to the latest version? according to asus site 1053 is beta but 12xx isnt. forget the exact number but i suggest the new bios as its supposed to fix alot of little issues. I however find 1053 rock solid so idk.
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1204 is the release bios now.

Linky: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/...-ASUS-1204.zip
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Thanks for your reply. Somebody else has suggested removing all USB devices. At the moment I cannot update the BIOS due to the issue I am having. I was actually going to the BIOS to update to the new BIOS when I noticed the problem.
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I have found the issue. As soon as I unplugged my logitech wireless USB gamepad receiver the issue was resolved. I have updated to the latest BIOS and still get the problem if I leave the wireless game receiver in. Bit of a concern though that I have to unplug a USB device to get the BIOS working. Seems these P8P67 boards are really buggy.
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they are very finnicky yes. I am glad i have had 0 problems but ive seen and helped alot of other ppl with wierd ass problems. are u sure u have all the proper usb drivers installed? (meaning no dumb ms drivers from windows update)
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