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Razer Copperhead mouse problem

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Just bought new mouse - razor copperhead. The problem is - after plugin up the device my PC wont start. It's stopping on a BIOS screen and wont go further. I've checked the mouse on another PC and it is working, also i've checked all my usb ports - the same thing, it just wont start.
Can you help me to solve that problem??

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  • Kuba81 Apr 03, 2008

    Thanks Krenn, I've checked BIOS setting, it's not set to boot from USB. I think that it could be a problem with unsufficient energy...

    I think I will just give back the Razer mouse and take something diffrent.

    Regards

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Its a common problem on certain motherboards with several USB devices (not limited to the mouse, also been known to happen with Ipods and such) if you remove your mouse (or at times you might need to remove "all" USB devices) the computer should start-up with no problems. When the windows log-in screen is reached you can plug them back in.
A solution to this is updating (flashing) the bios. (you might want to have an expert do this for you)
Or if it doesnt bother you to much,.. simply remove your usb device(s) on startup

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Check the BIOS settings on your computer: is it set to boot from USB drive?  that may be the problem.

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