USB non existant on motherboard - updated.

  pj1664 22:11 22 Dec 2003

Hi everyone, I recently puchase a USB mouse and when I connected it to the USB device at the back of my computer the system did not detect the mouse. I realise that the usb device controller is not in my device manager. I have gone into BIOS and enabled USB Mouse but still no avail. I have tried the same mouse on my daughters computer and It works. How do I get the USB Controller to function and appear in my device manager. I have 2 USB ports intergrated in my motherboard and also a PCI card with usb ports but nothing indicated on the BIOS the existance of a usb port. My o/s is 98 and my mother board is Micro-star MS-6390. I have been to their web site to download drivers for my mother board but I have not come accross any drivers for this board or any USB drivers. Is there anywhere else I can this drivers from. Thank You.

  User-312386 22:13 22 Dec 2003

have you loaded the drivers for the mouse?

  PA28 22:49 22 Dec 2003

You say that you have USB ports on the back of your computer. Are the ports physically connected to the mainboard? Have you enabled USB1 and/or 2 in the BIOS (as well as your mouse)? And, of interest, OS is 98 or 98SE?

  Big Elf 10:51 23 Dec 2003

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  Rennaissance 11:56 23 Dec 2003

drivers should have come on a cd, is the usb ports, onboard or pci? Go to add new hardware and see if anything is detected.

  Belatucadrus 15:32 23 Dec 2003

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