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    Default GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    Has anybody figured out how to make the BIOS on this MB allow one to enter setup with the Logitech 520 USB Wireless Keyboard and Mouse? W7 works OK but pressing the "Del" key during boot up has no effect on the BIOS. When I connect an "old" Wireless USB Microsoft Mouse (Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer 2.0) and an old USB Keyboard (Microsoft 600) the BIOS is happy and lets me enter setup via the Del key. This has been a problem with this MB/BIOS since day one and I've done at least 3 BIOS updates. I keep hoping the problem will get resolved one of these days. Just in case your going to ask, yes the Logitech KB and Mouse work just fine on an ASUS system so I don't think it is a Logitech problem. On the other hand, if something gets in your way in the modern computer world go around it - has someone got a different version of the Logitech Wireless KB and Mouse that works on this MB, I'll go buy it! Thanks in advance.

    I answered my own question - if I plug the Logitech USB sender into the USB port on the back of the MB everything works as advertised. There must be some issue using the USB 2.0 ports on the Corsair 600T case which are plugged into F_USB1 and F_USB2 connectors on the MB. Problem solved - sort of.
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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    Some keyboards just dont work in the bios, mustly wireless keyboards have issues. You can try other usb ports but other then that if it does not work to enter or work in the bios you would need to contact Gigabyte directly let the know and see if they can get it working for you. You can contact gigabyte here GIGABYTE
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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    Consider yourself a lucky one. I have been through this mill with Gigabyte support and they claim to be working on it. They also made a statement that there are more than one type of USB hub on the board so they are not all equal. Sheesh!

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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    Maybe I'm not so lucky after all. I got my first ever BSOD on this system for whatever reason this morning after leaving the wireless Logitech 520 mouse and keyboard connected for less than 24 hours. I'm back to the "old" keyboard and mouse. I really don't see how this could cause W7 to BSOD but I have not changed anything else.

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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    Using a different usb port might make a difference.
    Check out http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post430404, post #17 where it makes a big difference which type of usb hub is used.

    Totally different hardware setup but the provided workaround might help.
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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Using a different usb port might make a difference.
    Check out http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post430404, post #17 where it makes a big difference which type of usb hub is used.

    Totally different hardware setup but the provided workaround might help.
    I keep hearing folks recommend using different USB ports and am depressed because for my money all the ports should work equally as well as one another. UGH! It should be more like, try an different motherboard eh?

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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    Of course they should all work the same!!
    And everything else should work perfectly all of the time.
    I don't know if the workaround will help with the wireless keyboard and mouse, but the fact is there probably will be some hardware compatibility issues forever and ever.

    In the thread that I linked to, the System Requirements web page said:
    Windows users running a computer with an Intel Core i-series chipset, please check here.
    where they provided the workaround. With the hardware setup in that thread, it sounds like every windows/i3/i5/i7 setup will have a problem with some or all usb ports.

    Think how boring life would be if everything worked perfectly all of the time.
    I wouldn't mind trying it out for a couple of decades.
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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    I made the mistake of calling Gigabyte Technical Support. I tried to explain to him (American Group with very broken English) that I have two GA-Z77X-UD5H MB's, one with a 3570K processor and one with a 2600K processor and both of them have problems with wireless Logitech 520 Mice and Keyboards. He "explained" to me several times that Gigabyte only supports wired mice and keyboards with this MB!!! Absolute stonewall. Oh well, at least everything else works a whole lot better on the Gigabyte Boards that my old ASUS P8Z68-V Pro MB - it's now shelfware. Maybe its just the Z77 chip and the Intel based USB 3.0 that makes the difference - it sure ain't the technical support line? One more time - has anybody stumbled into a wireless keyboard and mouse that works with this MB? I also saw somewhere that F8A fixed the problem for someone but my Gigabyte Technical Support person said no such thing existed!

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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    I know the Logitech K260 works. Its a combo wireless mouse and keyboard, both work in bios.
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    Default Re: GA-Z77X-UD5H and Logitech 520 Wireless KB and Mouse

    ^^I think that 2therock report that latest Beta BIOS F9q improve some wireless connectivity.

    Also 2therock reported before (if I remember well),when he talking with Gigabyte Technical Support (USA?) and ask about the Beta BIOS's,which is regulary posted here,that this BIOS's not exist,haha.
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