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    Default Re: ***Official***Z77X-D3H UD3H UD5H Discussion\Owners Club***

    Does your keyboard work in Q-flash on any usb port? If so can you please flash the latest bios for your board which is z77xud5h10a.zip and see if that helps. If your keyboard does not work on any usb port in Q-flash do you have another keyboard you can use?
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    Default Re: ***Official***Z77X-D3H UD3H UD5H Discussion\Owners Club***

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    Does your keyboard work in Q-flash on any usb port? If so can you please flash the latest bios for your board which is z77xud5h10a.zip and see if that helps. If your keyboard does not work on any usb port in Q-flash do you have another keyboard you can use?

    It worked when I flashed from F4 to F8 and then to F9f in the Q-Flash menu.

    I'll upgrade to the latest bios and let you know tomorrow.

    *UPDATE*

    It seems It would also not work in the Bios if I plugged in my usb peripherals. It's weird though since it worked fine a few days ago.

    So i unplugged everything else. Updated to bios F10a and plugged everything in again and it's working again. My front USB ports are even recognized and I can boot to usb via the front USB ports as well now.

    great stuff.

    One last thing that bothers me is that my PC whines a bit at certain times, I have C1 state and all that other power saving stuff enabled.
    I even RMAd my PSU and got a new one. It's still the same. Probably the mobo itself?
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    Well I thought I still had a sleep issue with my RMA's board but it turned out to be the Logitech K350 keyboard. I had to go into device manager under keyboards and do properties on any thing in the list checking the details tab, using Hardware lds and in anything that resembled HID\VID_046D&PID_C52B&REV_1201&MI_00 in the list, move over to its Power management tab and deselect "Allow this device to wake the computer".

    Now it will go into sleep but I have to use the mouse to wake it.

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    Sleep is highly over rated. j/k, I don't ever use sleep. The SSD's don't draw much and the Seagate HDD will snooze all on it's on.
    Glad you got it worked out, though.

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    You're probably right but...my Q9550 system draws ~125W when idle and something less that 1W when sleeping based on the display panel on the APC Back-UPS 1500. The 3570K system uses ~90W when idle and < 4W when sleeping. The difference between the two in S3 state maybe the different monitors? For some reason I've never had a problem with S3 sleep on the GA-Z77X-UD5H system. I had/have S3 issues on the GA-EP45-UD3P and ASUS P8Z68-V Pro systems.

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    Sure. I don't mean it's not a worthwhile thing to do, it's just I don't use it except for the monitor occasionally. If I'm going to be away for a while I just turn it off unless I have something running.

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    Default Re: ***Official***Z77X-D3H UD3H UD5H Discussion\Owners Club***

    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Sleep is highly over rated. j/k, I don't ever use sleep. The SSD's don't draw much and the Seagate HDD will snooze all on it's on.
    Glad you got it worked out, though.
    Thanks, I really only got the biggie in the keyboard. Now that it will sleep I have a USB\Root_HUB20\4&232151F9&0 waking it at random. I have learned how to trace them down now so its a matter of just hunting and disabling their ability to wake the machine.

    As far as over rated. Perhaps at your house but not mine. I love the sleep feature and its as important to me as owning the motherboard. I'm getting there though.

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    Default Re: ***Official***Z77X-D3H UD3H UD5H Discussion\Owners Club***

    hi all new UD3H owner here

    do we have a changelog for UD3H's bioses?(including beta if possible)

    i have some compatibility issues with old 1.1 USB hardware on the back panel ports and i'm trying to investigate the cause (altough you can find a lot just with 'gigabyte z77x usb issue' as keywords but mostly dead discussions)


    if i plug in this 1.1 bluetooth usb adapter both mouse and keyboard never turn on even at w7 desktop all of the three work fine (until reboot)
    if i hotplug the BT adapter no issue on the ports wired to the front case panel (the 2.0/1.1 ones) but i know those are handled by a different chip

    i may understand a non working/compatible hardware since it's old but the mouse/kb issue is driving me mad
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    Default Re: ***Official***Z77X-D3H UD3H UD5H Discussion\Owners Club***

    If your trying to get your keyboard and mouse to work in bios that back panel usb ports, you need to use the ports closest to the ethernet port. For me the only 2 usb ports that work in bios are the 2 usb ports directly below the ethernet ports. If by chance your keyboard and mouse still do not work in bios then you will need to contact gigabyte directly GIGABYTE tell them exactly what model keyboard and mouse you have along which bios you are using and see if they can get you a bios that allows that keyboard and mouse to work.

    Other wise their use wired keyboard and mouse or get a $3 usb pci braket adapter that connects via front panel usb and now you will have usb2.0 ports in the back of the system.
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    On the topic of RECOVERY FROM SLEEP, (or, the lack of it):
    I spent months trying to work out why my UD5H rarely recovered from sleep mode.

    I tried different BIOS, drivers, all to no avail. The mouse would never wake the computer from sleep, and pressing the power button just made it reboot a few times then there was a small chance of recovery.

    Then, I tried a different POWER SUPPLY and all the problems seem to be gone. The mouse wakes it and everything recovers fine.

    The PSU that caused problems was an OCZ ZS Series 550W. The voltages all measured perfect, but I have still RMA'ed it for investigation because I am convinced there is something odd about it. Transients, perhaps.
    The "good" power supply is a Seasonic X-660. Apart from the fact that this seems to fix my "sleep" issue, this seems to be an excellent power supply in many respects.

    Hope this just might help someone!

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