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I have a wireless Logitech MX mouse with a Nano receiver. Every time I reboot my laptop, my computer stops at the ThinkVantage screen and doesn't proceed further.

I have to remove the USB Nano receiver - the computer will then boot without any problems. Any ideas why this is happening?

In my BIOS settings I have disabled USB boot but it had no effect.

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Can you just remove the USB device at that point, or do you have to remove it, and restart the entire laptop to continue booting? – René May 5 '11 at 1:38
i have to turn off and then start again – Moorage May 5 '11 at 2:14

On this forum, they suggest going into the BIOS (comment if you need instructions on that, and I'll add them), and then find an option that contains "legacy usb", and disable it.

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