I noticed that Metalheart didn't get that 'Another driver seems to use the PPC460ex USB hardware' message in his first log, when he had EHCI commented out.
That is because the Bootmouse and Bootkeyboard use OHCI and EHCI should go first.
In your first post you said the 460 displays
Config: PCIe 4x + SATA-2
But, you seem to have a card in the PCIe 1x slot for sii3114. HD + DVD.
The user manual states that you can use one OR the other. So perhaps that
should be - Config: PCIe 4x + PCIe 1x. ??
If you are using the SATA connector then it seems the
Should only be set for 1 device.
Looking at the block diagram and motherboard in the manual suggests that
the 460 has a built in USB2 hub.
As I understand (?) EHCI scans first and whatever is not Hi-Speed is then
released by EHCI and delegated to OHCI. That would indicate that first the
USB sets up the internal hub for EHCI, then your external hub EHCI, then
when it finds the Mouse, keyboard, and other low speed devices it must
relinquish control to OHCI.
If you are only using low speed devices or transfering small amounts of
data you may not need the EHCI driver active in KickLayout.
Right now the hub I'm using is an older USB1.1 so it does not matter what
I plug into it, it will only use the OHCI driver anyway. The other, seperate,
port on my 440ep can use EHCI for things like mem sticks and external HDs etc..
But, then again I seldom transfer more than a few meg of data over USB so
speed is not a big deal.