I just bought a Corsair M60 gaming mouse. I installed both the updated firmware and the drivers for the mouse and played a few rounds of Medal of Honor: Warfigher on multiplayer. The mouse performed pretty good. I played for a good three hours without a problem. I then shut down to attend to something away from my PC. When I rebooted my PC two hours later, the USB 3.0 ports in the rear hub of my setup -- where the M60 was plugged -- were no longer working. The mouse was unresponsive. I did a hard shut down, plugged the mouse into a USB port in the front panel, then boot my PC into Windows. The mouse worked, but the ports in rear USB 3.0 hub remained unresponsive. So I did the "unplug the power cord, wait five minutes then reboot " band aid solution, which -- as expected -- worked. Windows installed its generic mouse drivers. I'm using those now. I've uninstalled the M60 driver for now, but have kept the firmware update intact. I would really like to be able to use the driver's features. But I'm worried that I might run into the same issue again and be forced into another hard reset. What could have caused the problem? I know it's a lot to ask, but I'd like to first hear your advice and inputs, and perhaps learn more about this issue, before I try re-installing the Corsair drivers. I've got an Asus P9X79 Pro motherboard. As mentioned, the M60 is plugged into a rear USB 3.0 port. Here are the specs for the mouse. As always, your help and advice will be greatly appreciated.