I recently got a b650e-e system set up, and noticed that some of my USB devices weren't working. Normal troubleshooting, I just unplug and replug somewhere else - worked - good to go, moving on.
But lately, as I've added more devices occasionally or moved things around, that certain USB ports just will not work regardless of the device I plug in. I'm on the latest chipset drivers, BIOS is on the 11/18 release, but the USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports labelled E1, E2, and 3 (Also, why this naming pattern?!?) all do not work. Haven't had the chance to confirm if the USB-C in the same column has the same issue. (If you're looking at the B650e-e's manual - this is page 2-22, and is the first column of USB ports after the HDMI and DP ports)
What's the deal here? The USB controller for these ports is installed and not reporting issues, and all USB ports with these labels are listed and marked active in the BIOS. Anyone else on this motherboard with this issue?
Hi, I have the B650e e gaming wifi with that bios 0821 release date 11/18/2022 will check mine tonight when I get back, something else I notice last night with this bios is that the PBO settings to lock the 7600/7700x to 65 watts no longer works with this 0821 bios, don't know if we can roll back to an earlier release might be worth a try.
Will post again later when I've checked mine.
Hi, Just a quick update I have my keyboard and mouse plugged into the USB 3.2 gen 2 type A ports E1 and E2 and have no issues, don't know if it's worth trying to install the chipset drivers again I have version 18.104.22.1682 installed. https://www.amd.com/en/support/chipsets/amd-socket-am5/b650e
I'm trying to help you are you sure that all the boxes were checked when you installed the chipset drivers (all 7 of them), other than that, can you check the usb devices your plugging in on another computer to rule out intermitant connections (damaged / pinched cables ) and that they are all working correctly.
If your still getting issues and you have checked everything else maybe your motherboard has developed a fault and you might have to RMA it.
Also the 65 watt eco mode has been moved in the lastest bios 0821 to AI Tweaker and you can just select it there rather than going into AMD overclocking, precision boost overdrive and entering the numbers, it does work so I was wrong about it not working.
This is My build and it's pretty stable, bios 0821 seems the best so far, was getting cold boot issues with 0613.
Ryzen 7600x eco 65watt
Asus b650e-e gaming wifi
kingston Fury Beast KF560C40BBK2 running DOCP I @ 6000Mhz
Windows 10 Pro 22H2