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    Question Rampage IV Extreme boots when the mouse moves

    I have Rampage IV Extreme that is set away from the screen by 15 meters to minimize noise. The problem is that after shutting down, it starts/boots again by just touching the mouse. I dug a lot in the BIOS setup and there is absolutely no wake-up option for USB. There's only legacy support options, which if I turn off, will make BIOS inaccessible anymore without PS/2 hardware (which I don't have). I'd like to point out that my connections to the computer are USB, exclusively. Hence, I can't just disable all USB support; otherwise I won't be able to access the bios.

    How can I prevent the computer from booting with USB?

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    Have you tried going into the Device Manager for your mouse, selecting the Power Management tab, and turning off (unchecking) the wakeup capability? See the attached pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davemon50 View Post
    Have you tried going into the Device Manager for your mouse, selecting the Power Management tab, and turning off (unchecking) the wakeup capability? See the attached pic.
    Thank you. This solved the problem. I'm surprised this is controlled from Windows instead from the BIOS. Have a nice day

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    [Rant]

    Once more a fine example of how W10 power options and management has really screwed everything up. It's absolutely horrible. It's caused so many issues and conflicts to so many people it never ends. They've buried many things you should have instant control over, or like you say BIOS control for example. How options work together is frequently a mystery, especially when you throw 3rd part software drivers in the mix, some poorly developed. Many things in W10 power management are not intuitive even for advanced users, and MS has also deliberately hidden many options you definitely want to have control over, so that first off you don't even know about them without some research, and you have to hack the registry to get to them. Unacceptable. It's just another arm of the Microsoft God Complex machine.

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    But, oh about your post.....I'm glad you got this working !!
    Last edited by davemon50; 07-01-2017 at 02:26 PM.
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