I got the same thing, open the Suse hardware tool, it should be the little motherboard looking icon on the right on the toolbar, to the left of the c.lock. Click the + next to USB controller. click on one of them that says USB UHCI and click details, then click the driver tab. if it says uhci-hcd go to your /etc/speedtouch.conf file and edit it so where it says DEFAULT_USBINTERFACE="usb - uhci" or whatever. change after the = to be "uhci - hcd". so it should look like DEFAULT_USBINTERFACE="uhci-hcd"
NOTE: before you edit this file back a backup or atleast remember what was in the " " before you mess anything up.