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Can you check the status of lsusb | grep usb if you have a network connection? I'll see the status and answer any further questions. If you are not comfortable with it, you can use the ps2 to usb converter.

Can you check the status of customer's F13 Server

 lsusb | grep usb usb


if you have a network connection? I'll see the status and answer any further questions. If you are not comfortable with it, you can use the ps2 to usb converter.

Can you check the status of customer's F13 Server

  lsusb | grep usb


if you have a network connection? I'll see the status and answer any further questions. If you are not comfortable with it, you can use the ps2 to usb converter.converter and ps2 mouse

Can you check the status of customer's F13 Server

  lsusb | grep usb


if you have a network connection? I'll see the status and answer any further questions. If you are not comfortable with it, you can use the ps2 to usb converter and ps2 mouse

 https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/H110M-PRO-VDL/Specification


The motherboard supports both usb2.0 and usb3.0. Try adjusting the usb setting in the motherboard bios setting and adjust the mouse connection to check the usb3.0 and usb2.0 ports for defects.

It seems that the motherboard and the mouse are not in harmony with the OS system rather than the hardware problem. I have an IBM AIX server with F12.

If you are having trouble with USB compatibility mode, you may be able to solve the problem using a conversion device such as NEXT-PS2 USB to PS2. Alternatively, you can try using a mouse with a built-in driver.