TeraByte Support wrote:
> did you try mixing the USB devices to see if there was one or two combined
> that causes an issue, some type of host controller, bridge controller
> conflict? Also sometimes when you try to get another device for testing
> revision level of the chipset is updated/changed or sometimes there is a
> bug/problem with one that doesn't really reflect itself on other devices.
> Anyway, you can disable mouse support when creating the boot disk or via
> edit file on the bootit partition, tbosboot.str and remove the mouse
Yes, I did test multiple USB setups. But only the 3 Devices-only setup gave no problems.
With more USB devices things started to go wrong. And not consistently wrong, but every setup had different problems. And most of the time problems changed after a reboot. So a setup had different problems after a reboot also.
There wasn't any pattern in it.
All my notes I sent to ASUS Netherlands. I don't know if they sent it all to ASUS HQ.
At the end ASUS NL asked me to fill in internal forms that ASUS HQ asked. So they did work on the problem. That gave me some confidence at first.
I even told them about the virus error BIBM reported. I posted it here earlier. [http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/ucf/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=328]
Maybe later I will test some more configurations (even test different USB ports), but I'm a bit sick of it now.
Nice to know that we can disable the mouse.
And I'm really confused here again. I haven't changed my configuration and the mousefunction is totally gone again...
Only a stable cursor in the middle of my screen and it won't go anywhere and reacts to nothing...
So there now isn't a necessity to disable the mouse. ASUS's MOBO-GHOST did it again...