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    Laptop (Model)GL703GE-ES73
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    ProcessorRyzen 7 3700X
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    Mouse Steelseries Rival 700
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    Headset/Speakers Kanto YU2 with old Yamah HTIB sub
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    Maximus VII Formula not recognizing Rival 700 mouse in BIOS?

    Anyone have an idea on this? I picked up a Steelseries 700 to replace a flaky deathadder chroma a couple months ago and when I tried to go into BIOS this week to do some stuff (hadn't been in since the switch) I noticed the mouse is not recognized. If I swap out to the deathadder it works fine. I've tried both one of the USB3 ports and where I normally keep it which is the USB 2 port on the back at the "bottom" of the board (not the "keybot" port). I'm guessing the mouse is just too new for the non-updated BIOS to see it. I'm running the latest BIOS but ASUS hasn't released anything in a while of course.

    Weirdly in the USB config screen where you can set legacy USB etc. it shows that it sees 2 keyboards, a mouse, and a pointer. Likely that means it's seeing my X52 joystick which sort of works as a keyboard and probably the pointer it's picking up (mouse nub thingy on it), then of course my actual keyboard and mouse. It just doesn't want to let the mouse actually move. I found something about changing the polling rate so I tried that. Set it from 1K to 125 but no go. I also noticed when navigating with my keyboard that everything will hang for a minute if I press the arrows too many times but I don't know if that's just my keyboard or interference from the mouse issue since I don't normally navigate the BIOS like that.

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array flyinion PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)GL703GE-ES73
    MotherboardCrosshair Hero VIII non-WiFi
    ProcessorRyzen 7 3700X
    Memory (part number)GSkill DDR4-3600 Trident Z Neo CL18
    Graphics Card #1EVGA 2080 Super FTW3 Hydro Copper
    MonitorAsus PG279Q & Dell U2414H
    Storage #1Samsung Evo 970 Plus 500GB
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    CPU CoolerCustom Loop, cuplex kryos next, AC ST30 V2, aquacomputer D5 PWM, AC 150mm res
    CaseCM H500M
    Power SupplySeasonic Prime Ultra Gold 1000W
    Keyboard Steelseries M750 TKL, Duckyshine 5 MX Brown
    Mouse Steelseries Rival 700
    Headset Steelseries Arctis Pro + GameDAC
    Mouse Pad Steelseries QcK Limited
    Headset/Speakers Kanto YU2 with old Yamah HTIB sub
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Try disabling xHCI and see if it gets picked up.
    Is that something that should normally be disabled? I saw those options but didn't really know what they were talking about.

    Edit: For reference, I currently have that set to "Smart Auto"

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array flyinion PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)GL703GE-ES73
    MotherboardCrosshair Hero VIII non-WiFi
    ProcessorRyzen 7 3700X
    Memory (part number)GSkill DDR4-3600 Trident Z Neo CL18
    Graphics Card #1EVGA 2080 Super FTW3 Hydro Copper
    MonitorAsus PG279Q & Dell U2414H
    Storage #1Samsung Evo 970 Plus 500GB
    Storage #2Samsung Evo 860 2TB
    CPU CoolerCustom Loop, cuplex kryos next, AC ST30 V2, aquacomputer D5 PWM, AC 150mm res
    CaseCM H500M
    Power SupplySeasonic Prime Ultra Gold 1000W
    Keyboard Steelseries M750 TKL, Duckyshine 5 MX Brown
    Mouse Steelseries Rival 700
    Headset Steelseries Arctis Pro + GameDAC
    Mouse Pad Steelseries QcK Limited
    Headset/Speakers Kanto YU2 with old Yamah HTIB sub
    OS Win10 Pro
    Network RouterGoogle WiFi
    Accessory #1 Saitek X52
    Accessory #2 Schiit Magni and Modi 2 Uber
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Try disabling xHCI and see if it gets picked up.

    Hmmm, I'll give it a try, but after finding the following on the Intel site, I don't think it's going to have an effect except maybe on the keyboard because the mouse is plugged into one of the two rear channel USB 2.0 connectors..........



    XHCI Mode = Disabled
    The on-board USB 3.0 port function like a 2.0 port

    XHCI Mode = Enabled
    The on-board USB 3.0 port function like a 3.0 port

    XHCI Mode = Auto
    The on-board USB 3.0 port function like a 2.0 port before OS USB 3.0 driver load.
    If you reboot the OS, the on-board USB 3.0 port again function like a 2.0 port during this reboot BIOS phase before OS USB 3.0 driver load.

    XHCI Mode = Smart Auto
    The on-board USB 3.0 port function like a 2.0 port before OS USB 3.0 driver load.
    If you reboot the OS, during this reboot BIOS phase, BIOS is "Smart" enough to avoid downgrade the USB 3.0 port back to 2.0 functionality before OS USB 3.0 driver load. So Smart Auto is faster than Auto on 2nd boot onward, but Enabled is fastest once you are sure the OS has the USB 3.0 driver installed, because it avoid the switching.
    Making the on-board USB 3.0 port function like a 2.0 port is mainly to support OS installation or to support OS that does not have build-in USB 3.0 driver, so that the USB keyboard would still work if the user plug-in a USB keyboard or any other USB devices into the USB 3.0 ports before the OS is installed with the USB 3.0 driver come with the motherboard.

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