Originally Posted by celegorm
Wait so usb isn't working right?
If so, unplug the computer from power and open up the case. Once that's done, press and hold the power button for thirty seconds. Now, Put your finger on the back of the USB ports and press and hold the power button for thirty seconds.
After that plug everythign in and USB should work again.
I got it working. I'm not sure what was going on with it. When I unplugged everything I flipped the switch in the back as well. It was weird when none of them responded.
Just curious what holding the power button with my fingers on the USB's supposed to do? Is it some type of IT trick?
Originally Posted by Jesusfrk611
This is why PS/2 ports are still good to have granted you have a keyboard and mouse to lug into them... I don't rely on USB for my keyboard, just PS/2, and I have a converted foir my USB mouse... You could keep a cheapo backup keyboard/mouse for cases like this. I know...I know, you have to suffer with a lame PS/2 mouse and keyboard for a little bit in that case.
As opposed to your tiny
I used to have a PS/2 keyboard but my 680I doesn't do PS/2. It killed that keyboard lol. USB is really the only option for this board.
I'm just glad to have it back working. I don't realize how much I do and take for granted with my setup until it quit working there. I hope no more issue's like this arise in the near future.