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Asus P8P67 My Mouse Stays In Top Right Corner In EFI???

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Whats going on. Short and simple here it goes. Any help would be much appreciated. Also on the latest BIOS

For some reason I can't use my wireless gearhead mouse in the EFI. I tried switching usb ports and took out the battery and restarted but nothing. The mouse just sits at the top right of the screen and if I try to drag it down anywhere else it just pulls right back to the top right of the screen.
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It could be a number of issues actually. On the SB platform, Intel chose to tie in various components/buses/interconnects to one clock generator. Changing that clock generator could cause a number of malfunctions, one of which is the USB controller.

From what I understand, even though the base clock is "locked" at 100Mhz, you can change them by values ranging from 1-5Mhz for mild over clocking, but doing so could potentially cause instability. You should probably check to see if your base clock hasn't changed.

This is also one of the reasons why benchers use PS/2 mice and keyboards rather than USB because it is too intertwined with the bandwidth of the "entire system." Its not quite as independent as PS/2 despite being a newer tech.

Also with optical mice you should: Use a pad and don't use highly reflective surfaces.

What I would also do is unplug the USB dongle while you restart your computer and among entering EFI, plug it back in.
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thanks for the info I just found out the problem though. I had a game controller plugged into one of my usb ports and that was it right there. Fixed all up now. Thanks for the help fam
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