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USB coming from sleep

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    Periodically when I wake my computer from sleep my USB devices do not work. In most cases even when they do it takes 15 seconds or so, but not always. Sometimes they begin to work if I unplug then plug them back in. My computer goes into an S3 power state for sleep. This has been the strangest board I've ever owned in regards to sleep. I cannot turn the wake from USB option on. The computer goes to sleep and immediately kicks out of it if I do. Its all completely random, and I hate to have to do a hard reset when it does occur.
     
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    You might want to include some vital information, what kind of USB devices are we talking about? Keyboard/mouse? Hard drives? Other power hungry stuff?
     
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    Also worth trying Legacy USB support on and off in BIOS to see if that make any diff.
     
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    I have a Razer Lachesis Mouse, Razer Lycosa Keyboard, non-USB powered external drive, and a thermaltake lanparty mouse pad. The strange thing is that the mousepad fires right up (has LEDs).
    I'm not sure if mouse and keyboard use OHCI but its worth checking into. Thanks!
     

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