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Thread: Gigabyte G1 Sniper M3: mouse doesn't work at all in BIOS, LAN needs deactivate/reactivate every time Windows starts




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    Default Gigabyte G1 Sniper M3: mouse doesn't work at all in BIOS, LAN needs deactivate/reactivate every time Windows starts

    After flashing BIOS F9 the mouse doesn't work anymore inside it.
    If I move the mouse, the cursor moves only in a vertical line (not even following the correct direction I want), the keyboard woks OK, and the stock BIOS (I think it was F5) was working correctly.
    Is this a known issue?

    Second thing: every time I enter Windows, the LAN has a yellow exclamation point and doesn't work, I have to manually deactivate and reactivate it to make it work, EVERY TIME I ENTER WINDOWS, and only after I shut down the PC (it works OK if I simply restart or suspend or hybernate)

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    Default Re: Gigabyte G1 Sniper M3: mouse doesn't work at all in BIOS, LAN needs deactivate/reactivate every time Windows starts

    Hello welcome to the forums.

    Sorry to hear about your problems. About your issue with your keyboard and mouse no longer working correctly in bios is a common issue. It is possible they were trying to get another keyboard and mouse working and some how stopped yours from working correctly.

    The best way to fix this is to contact Gigabyte directly and inform them of your problem. Please give them as much details as possible, such as exact make and model keyboard and mouse you have. You can contact Gigabyte directly here GIGABYTE.

    Also tell them about your lan connection problems also. Before you do make sure you are using the latest lan driver which can be found here http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ity-tools.html Scroll down to the second post.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte G1 Sniper M3: mouse doesn't work at all in BIOS, LAN needs deactivate/reactivate every time Windows starts

    thank you for the answer, I didn't know they had to support every single mouse, I thought they were standard!
    So I tried with another mouse (a gigabyte mouse :D) and it works, so I'll ask them to add support to my Ikari in future revisions of BIOS.

    For the LAN, I had the 17.3 driver, I uninstalled it and installed the latest 17.4 but the problem remains, I'll open a ticket on the Gigabyte tech support page...

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    Default Re: Gigabyte G1 Sniper M3: mouse doesn't work at all in BIOS, LAN needs deactivate/reactivate every time Windows starts

    I flashed the previous F8 BIOS and all problems are gone!
    The mouse is working OK, LAN activates OK, and even my Patriot 2133MHz kit works OK at its rated speed (with the F9 it caused file corruptions in Windows).

    A new but minor problem arose with this F8 BIOS (I have sent to ggts support too but awaiting answer):
    previously, I have made a Win7 UEFI installation on the F9 BIOS (that with the 100mb and 128mb partitions) and the optical drive was the first boot device and my SSD ws the second.
    Now, with the F8 BIOS (without reinstalling Windows) there is a new "windows boot manager" option and I have to choose it as first device, otherwise I cannot boot (it says to select a proper boot device).
    How can I set the optical drive as first device and this boot loader as second?

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