Startup Repair Loop - Caused by Mouse ?


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    Startup Repair Loop - Caused by Mouse ?


    Hey clever-minds I am writing out of desperation, my issue is not the biggest but it's annoying as stomping your toe on the corner of a table or something.

    When I start my computer I have to have my orginal mouse that came with the computer connected, else it just goes into win10 repair loop. I figure it must have something to do with drivers being preloaded, idk. I've tried to disconnect the mouse and start the computer, this causes it to repair loop, disconnect keyboard, keep mouse connected = repair loop.



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    To summ up: I can only start my pc when my Razer Abyssus mouse is connected, after windows has loaded I can reconnect my logitech. And by the way, it does this with every single mouse I have tried out.
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    WOT
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    Win 10 Pro 15063.332 (ex-Insider)
       #2

    A similar problem was reported here:

    https://forums.penny-arcade.com/disc...r-from-booting

    His/her fix was to download an ASUS BIOS Update:

    Here's hoping you have an ASUS mobo. If not, look at you mobo's BIOS updates for the same fix.

    Good luck,

    WOT
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    Thread Starter
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    I tried updating the bios yesterday, totally bricked my computer. Couldn't figure out why, I used the right firmware and so on. It's a bit akward to admit, but I think the reason was caused by lack of power. I removed my secondary hdisc and restored bios, now it's working fine.. Thanks for the answer tho´Wot :)
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    WOT
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    Win 10 Pro 15063.332 (ex-Insider)
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    Hi nycto,

    Glad you got it sorted.

    Congrats to you!

    WOT
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