How Do I Get My Mouse to Boot Up Fast at Bootup?


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    How Do I Get My Mouse to Boot Up Fast at Bootup?


    When I boot up my PC its takes a while for the mouse drivers to kick in before I'm able to use it. How do I get the mouse to start up as quickly as booting up the pC?
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    What model of mouse is it and how is it connected to your PC (i.e. are you using a USB hub, what USB port is the mouse/hub plugged into)?
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    Windows 11 Pro 64 Bit 21H2
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    What is the make and model# of your computer/motherboard?
    Is your mouse a USB 3.0 mouse, or a USB2.0. Do you have it plugged into the USB 3.0 port (Blue)? Have you downloaded USB 3.0 drivers from your computer/motherboard manufacturers Support/Download Drivers site? Have you tried it in a USB 2.0 (Black) port?
    Press the Win key+X choose Device Manager. Expand Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Right click Each USB Root Hub and choose Properties/Power Management tab. Uncheck, Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power on each root hub.
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    spunk said:
    What is the make and model# of your computer/motherboard?
    Is your mouse a USB 3.0 mouse, or a USB2.0. Do you have it plugged into the USB 3.0 port (Blue)? Have you downloaded USB 3.0 drivers from your computer/motherboard manufacturers Support/Download Drivers site? Have you tried it in a USB 2.0 (Black) port?
    Press the Win key+X choose Device Manager. Expand Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Right click Each USB Root Hub and choose Properties/Power Management tab. Uncheck, Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power on each root hub.
    Hi spunk,

    Appreciate the response. To answer your questions, I got an MSI H110M GAMING (MS-7994) mobo... intel i5 6500... 16GB ram.

    My mouse is bluetooth.

    Yes I've downloaded USB drivers from MSI which is my mobo manufacturer.

    I've also unchecked Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power on each root hub. But despite this my mouse comes alive about 10 - 12 secs after my PC boots to the desktop. I believe its a bit too long. What do you suggest?
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  5. rqt
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    Windows 10 mainly 64 bit
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    "My mouse is bluetooth."

    I think this is your problem - I think you're having to wait for the Bluetooth drivers to load (so nothing to do with the mouse drivers) - and the solution is to use a mouse that the system will recognise as a normal hardware mouse - so wired (USB or PS/2) or a normal wireless mouse with it's own wireless adaptor.
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  6. Posts : 3,679
    Windows 11 Pro 64 Bit 21H2
       #6

    You didn't mention Bluetooth in the OP. That would have been good information to tell us. So all suggestions about USB drivers are moot.
    Go to the Device Manager Expand Bluetooth, Right click your Device and uncheck Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power
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    spunk said:
    Go to the Device Manager Expand Bluetooth, Right click your Device and uncheck Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power
    Hey spunks,

    Looks like that advice helped a lot. Wish I could get just 3 more secs though. If you know how let me know. Thanks man
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