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    Default Mouse shut down & bio's flash knocks out Array!

    Hi Everyone! I have a couple of issue's that I can't find the answers for. I'm kind of new at this so please be patient with me. 1. The mouse being turned off when running Paragon Disk Manager 11 Pro from the disk. My board is a Fatal1ty P67 Pro LGA 1155 Intel. (First Issue) I use Paragon to do back ups of my SSD so I have to run it from the disk. In doing so, when the program loads up the mouse turns off, & I have to do everything from the key board. In the bio's legacy is turned on also tried it on auto setting, I have the mouse in the Fatal1ty USB slot also tried the 2.0 slot, same results. What is turning off the Mouse & How can i fix it?

    (2nd Issue) 2.When Flashing the bio's it not only clears the settings saved in the bio's but also takes out my Stripe array. I put the latest bio's from Asrock site on a usb drive to use instant flash & it would not work, so had to flash under windows. After flash re-start the Array is gone, I then have to use Paragon to re-build the array. Any help with these Issues would be Greatly Appreciated!

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    A Microsoft mouse stops working on a Windows PC? That is strange, do you have the any specific software installed for that mouse? My MS mouse will run with the default Windows mouse driver, but needs its own driver to have all its features active.

    When you say you run Paragon from the disk, that means you boot from the Paragon disk? If so, and you have a wireless mouse, that explains why it won't work. If it is not wireless, than the Paragon boot environment does not have a driver for your mouse. A simple, basic wired USB 2.0 mouse connected to the rear I/O panel on a USB 2.0 port will likely work.

    About your RAID array, are you using the Intel RAID, or something else?

    If it is the Intel RAID, when you flash the BIOS by any method, all the BIOS settings go to default values. The default SATA setting is AHCI. You must set the SATA mode to RAID in order for the RAID array to work.

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    A Microsoft mouse stops working on a Windows PC?
    He types out with a humorous grin. Oh the irony! ...... Steve Balmer then interceded with . More H-1B's and we could remedy this.

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    If it is not wireless, than the Paragon boot environment does not have a driver for your mouse. A simple, basic wired USB 2.0 mouse connected to the rear I/O panel on a USB 2.0 port will likely work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    He types out with a humorous grin. Oh the irony! ...... Steve Balmer then interceded with . More H-1B's and we could remedy this.



    (Elvis P. voice) Thank you very much...

    BTW 'dawg, can't PM you, your folder runneth over...
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    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    BTW 'dawg, can't PM you, your folder runneth over...
    Opps. Me bad. Remedied.
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    Default Re: Mouse shut down & bio's flash knocks out Array!

    Uhhh, still not working for me for some reason...

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    Damn, I've butchered 'em down to double digits of 200 allowed!?!

    "You have 64 messages stored, of a total 200 allowed."
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    Damn, I've butchered 'em down to double digits of 200 allowed!?!

    "You have 64 messages stored, of a total 200 allowed."
    Yes. I too procrastinate
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
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    #3 - Please use the PSU Calculator found HERE to determine if it might be the PSU causing issues. I do(Lifetime PRO ver.) and will mention so if it is marginal for your build.
    ____Consider your PSU to be the foundation from which all else is built upon. Anything built upon a weak foundation is poorly built.

    ASRock Z77 Extreme6, i7-3770K, 16GB F3-14900CL9D-8GBSR, Seasonic SS-660XP2 Platinum, On-die HD 4000, Corsair H80i, Antec Spot Cool, Fractal Design R4 Black Pearl w/Window
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    Default Re: Mouse shut down & bio's flash knocks out Array!

    Ahh, revenge is sweet!

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    Default Re: Mouse shut down & bio's flash knocks out Array!

    Thanks parsec for replying. Yes, I Booted from the Paragon disk. Yes, I updated the drivers for the mouse thru Microsoft & it's not wireless & it's 2.0. Mouse still disappears When I boot from the Paragon disk. Tried a different program today (Magic Disk) to see if the mouse would disappear, it did. Legacy is on. (Issue 2) I did change from AHCI to Raid after flashing the bio's. It still killed the array. Yes, I'm using the Intel Raid. I've flashed the Bio's three times since board purchase with same results.

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