On Mon, 2008-10-06 at 10:05 -0700, Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> > I don't think this has something  to with a bios setting/jumper. My
> > other USB ports are working fine ( I also have an USB keyboard plugged
> > in).
> > 
> > Furthermore in Linux nor Vista I've encountered this problem. Therefor I
> > suspect it must have something to do with FreeBSD. Maybe it's an bug? If
> > someone has an solution that would be great!
> FreeBSD's existing USB stack is known to be... shall we say, flaky.
> It's well-established at this point.  The possibility of it being
> related to FreeBSD's USB stack is very likely.
> A new USB stack is available for CURRENT, but requires manual patching.
> If you're willing to try this, you should get in contact with Alfred
> Perlstein <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> to discuss/get the patch.  Keep in mind
> that this patch, as I stated, only applies to CURRENT, and not to
> FreeBSD 7 or earlier.
> You can download a CURRENT ISO here:
> ftp://ftp4.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/200809/

Lol, during my search for a solution I did see numerous problems with
mice. Out of curiosity; is CURRENT the same as FreeBSD 7.1-BETA?



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