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it is looking as though my first guess was not correct. Karthik_4Dec 4, 2015, 3:11 AM I Tried with all the steps mention in the commentsFinally, I Tried to Restore default Option from BIOS setting and save exitIt works......Please try this too. But I do have the Windows XP CD. My keyboard is a PS2 keyboard, but I also tried using a USB keyboard from another PC and that didn't work either. http://internetbusinessdaily.net/not-working/backlit-keyboard-drivers-won-t-work-for-laptop.html
i didn't mean that i could get INTO safe mode. I'm not absolutely sure that's what's causing or caused your non-function but it could have had something to do with it. Just browse the different menus, I'm sure this will fix your problem. No Mouse or Keyboard functionality thru USB.
Usb Mouse And Keyboard Not Working Xp
It seems that my guess was close to the mark. All rights reserved. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Wish I'd have thought of that... I try constantly tapping [delete] key and XP still starts. Make Google your friend too. Mouse And Keyboard Work In Bios, Wont Work In Windows Thinking of trying a wireless keybd/mouse...would that work?
I only have one PS2 port on my system, so I used my mouse to try every option I had previously read about. Mouse And Keyboard Not Working At Login Screen Windows 7 The error code refers to an issue that can occur when you're trying to install a security update and you haven't installed SP2 yet (you show you have SP1). Please help me get my computer working! Similar Topics Keyboard and Mouse will not work once windows boots Jun 13, 2009 XP: Keyboard and mouse won't work after startup Feb 14, 2008 Mouse and keyboard will not work
Back to top #15 AustrAlien AustrAlien Inquisitor BC Advisor 6,772 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Cowra NSW Australia Local time:06:28 AM Posted 20 December 2011 - 04:44 PM I have to assume Mouse And Keyboard Stop Working After Boot Up If Windows fully starts in Safe Mode, just restart you computer from there as you normally would and see if Windows starts correctly.A failed update or one-time startup process can sometimes Make Google your friend too. if it works ill post it up and mark this closed.
Mouse And Keyboard Not Working At Login Screen Windows 7
My problem's exactly the same as this guys (more updated and in detail), ignore the other link. Here's How to Fix That Up Next Article Have a Winmm.dll Error? regular fast boot is fine as long as the USB Support is set to [Full Initial] and or the PS2 Devices Support is set to [Enabled] . Will let you know if I can find it. Keyboard And Mouse Not Working On Startup
This type of installation will completely erase the drive Windows is installed on and then install the operating system again from scratch.Important: In Step 3, I advised that you try to The system hive they are talking about is the one in the repair folder. You won't have a password that will work. Source Link about error code...
Computer boots fine, keyboard works to get me into setup & boot menus but keyboard and mouse do not work at all once XP boots. Windows Xp Keyboard Not Working I am using Windows XP Professional. Note A message box with a link to more information about the On-Screen Keyboard may appear.
I just did a repair install like you suggested and it got through the first half of the install with no problems, but then once the install booted into Windows for
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twice to see if you get the other login prompt? Steps 11 and 12 both involve more difficult and destructive solutions to Windows not starting fully. Stright up XP repair can incur problems especially if the OS has been updated to SP3+After checking all other common possibilities such as correct BIOS USB settings and USB connector integrity....and Keyboard And Mouse Not Working On Startup Windows 10 Sian_1Jan 22, 2016, 4:06 PM I had this problem, my USB keyboard and mouse stopped working, luckily i have a graphics tablet which allows me to still control the mouse through
Already have an account? Make Google your friend too. Yet nothing is. Reseating will reestablish the various connections inside your computer and could clear up the issue that's preventing Windows from fully starting.Try reseating the following hardware and then see if Windows will
but I am not able to log into Windows..... :[ nick77777, Jan 10, 2010 #7 The Hound Joined: May 27, 2007 Messages: 3,235 I thought I wrote this reply six Loading... Should I go ahead and get ready to reinstall the OS? When you say you enter system recovery, do you mean Safe Mode?
within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. Ask a question and give support. Nov 18, 2007 #3 howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177 +19 Hello and welcome to Techspot.