It sounds like you are using a USB 3.0 port, if you are ,use a native 2.0. A mouse can work faster then the eye on 2.0. The mouse also has ok reviews, some bad some good.
Make sure your BIOS is at 1,50, there was a UBS mouse compatibility added before this.
Check devise MGR for the native USB drivers, they probably show as microsoft, you can point them to your INF intel chipset download, you must extract the setup to see the INF files or for the files to be installed.
The newest INF intel driver, chipset download is 18.104.22.1687, all motherboard company's don't keep up on drivers.
As for mouse in BIOS, also sounds like your using a 3.0 port.