Discussion in 'Motherboards' started by Nelly, Apr 26, 2012.
bios is most stable F14. keyboard is microsoft desktop 3000
does it pick up the kb/mouse again if you unplug/plug back in the usb port?
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?0e7bvpa31migxjv GA-Z77X-UD5H - F15r is the latest beta for that board,idk if that would help?
yes, it picks it up when i unplug/plug or move usb ports. it happens on usb 3 and usb2 now.
After 14 months of flawless performance (minus the PCI X-fi issue), i started getting the USB surge errors popping up.
I reinstalled the latest USB 3.0 drivers from Intel and it was still appearing.
I uninstalled the 3.0 Drivers yesterday and so far the errors have stopped.
Probably a stupid question but, is the only reason to have the USB 3.0 drivers installed if you have a 3.0 Hard drive?
Please try disable one of the 2 USB3 based drivers in the driver manager, it should stop the error (it did for me)
Or update to Windows 8, no issues there.
Cheers for that theoneofgod.
Ill try it with not having 3.0 drivers installed for another day, just for troubleshooting purposes and then try your suggestion.
You just need a good CPU to do 5ghz on any of the half decent boards which the Giga you mention is. Those that boot windows at 5ghz with 1.25v are the ones you need. I have 8 CPU that do this easy and some more.
i have the issues with windows 8 too. but mine may have stopped for the minute.
i have to rma my board coz of the usb problems
Strange. I use all the ports at back and one up front, no such issues with Windows 8.
Front page is up-to-date again, updates as follows:
Updated the original post to include the latest F15r beta bios that came out back in February.
Also new utility/driver updates, as of 18th May 2013.
Lucidlogix VIRTU MVP v2.1.224 *NEW* >> Click Here
Atheros LAN Driver v188.8.131.52 *NEW* >> Click Here
Intel LAN Driver v18.3 *NEW* >> Click Here
Intel ME Driver v184.108.40.2065 *NEW* >> Click Here
Intel PCH Driver v220.127.116.117 *NEW* >> Click Here
Intel RST v18.104.22.1683 *NEW* >> Click Here
Intel® Smart Connect Technology v22.214.171.1243 *NEW* >> Click Here
Intel USB 3.0 Driver v126.96.36.199 *NEW* >> Click Here
Intel VGA Driver v188.8.131.5262 *NEW* >> Click Here
Realtek HD Audio Driver v184.108.40.20662 (R2.71) *NEW* >> Click Here
Does anyone actually use LucidLogix Virtu MVP, does it make any improvements?
I did install it originally but couldn't see that it really did very much or could figure out what it was supposed to do in the first place
Worth noting if you upgrade to this latest version of Intel RST, SSD Toolbox 3.1.2 which is the latest version but from last year will not be able to optimise it. I'm seeing 'The Intel SSD Toolbox cannot communicate with the selected Intel SSD.
Consider changing to another storage driver compatible with your system and try the tool again.'
If you got any of the recent generations of graphics card, then it's not really worth using - the gain is negligible and you can encounter some compatibility issues if a game isn't supported meaning you'd have to turn it off anyway.
It all depends on your system really.
I'm not sure if this features in this thread, but here's a tip for this board. To cut a long story short, I noticed that my CPU was always at about 40+% load with two cores being used most of the time, even when the system was idle. I discovered that one process was responsible (httpd.exe). A bit of searching and I discovered this was associated with the Marvel Tool Tray. I had installed this when installing the Marvel drivers without really knowing what it does. I decided I didn't need it so uninstalled it and sure enough, my CPU load has dropped to virtually nil when idle.
Take-home message: If you have accidentally installed the Marvel Tool Tray when installing the Marvel drivers, and you don't need the Tool Tray, uninstall it as it's a system hog.
The one benefit to Lucid MVP is the ability to use Intel Quick Sync for video converting.
Just had a email saying they have tested my board and found no fault with the usb ports so now im stumped, I have been getting power surge on my ports aswell so could it be a problem with my psu, I have had it for a few years now its a corsair ax850
or has anyone else had this problem and has managed to sort it out
I got that problem a few days ago too. I "solved" it by removing the Intel USB 3.0 Drivers.
"Power surge on USB" is common problem. I don't think anyone's solved it yet but it's probably related to the Intel USB3 drivers
They and the board don't seem to get on well. In my case mouse button holds would get interupted and be interpreted as a dbl click. Appeared straight after I installed the intel usb3 drivers and dissappeared after I removed them.
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