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Re: Mouse not working

Postby a1pcfixer » Sat Feb 11, 2012 2:05 pm

TeraByte,

> You
> keep stating an opinion as a fact and giving them excuses.

No worse than your wishfull thinking that they'll jump through hoops to fix a
little aledged USB mouse BIOS issue.

> There is plenty of room for a new mobo manufacture to come to market and
> create mobos that are complete (including options for serial ports, parallel
> ports and floppy drives) and comply with all standards - plus extras beyond
> just mouse/keyboard/disk legacy support like perhaps emulated serial or
> parallel ports so all the specialized software running much of the world
> that needs those ports can talk to newer devices through USB.

ROTFLMAO!!!

Maybe you missed it, but the world economy is in the toilet. MoBo mfg's are NOT
having great sales, add in the floods & sales of HDD's are waay behind creating
a ripple effect.

"Comply with all standards"....now THAT's rich. LOL
That'd be like finding a truly honest politician.
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Re: Mouse not working

Postby a1pcfixer » Sat Feb 11, 2012 2:06 pm

DrTeeth,

> Perhaps TBU could be more proactive in this area? After all, you guys
> could probably tell them exactly what is wrong rather than an 'it does
> not work' from an end-user.

That's a very good idea, but I doubt David going for it.

> As I have
> mentioned before, I have had situations where one USB mouse works and
> another one does not.

That sure would knock down the theory that this issue is entirely the
fault of the BIOS as some like to claim.

Maybe a list of known working USB mice MoBo combo's?....Nah.
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