relic, though software could have been installed for the new mouse. You own it. Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top marks100 Posts: 4507 This post has been reported. How to build a fortress to survive against mythical creatures What's the difference between GMT+01:00 Amsterdam and GMT+01:00 Brussels? weblink
Everytime a bit squeezes into my brain a byte falls out. Manufacturers don’t want a Fair Repair bill. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Fourth, you could buy a USB PS/2 Adapter.
Even if you get it working, Windows will ask to be activated, meaning that you would need to shell out for the price of a new Windows XP license (and I If you are able to use them in safe mode, then something else is wrong. It was the adpater itself.
Tell them that you want the right to repair your purchases. Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top Santo Posts: 1288 This post has been reported. It's like it needs to be "refreshed" sometimes. Keyboard And Mouse Work In Bios Not Windows It may be necessary to reactivate your Windows XP as well.
Frank Frank D, #11 2010/02/04 wildfire Getting Old Joined: 2008/04/21 Messages: 4,647 Likes Received: 124 Trophy Points: 843 Location: Dundee, Tayside Computer Experience: Intermediate a) I don't know try it Windows Xp Mouse And Keyboard Not Working At Login Screen Also, reflashing the BIOS seems to fix weird problems sometimes. wildfire, #2 Log in or Sign up to hide this advert. 2010/01/31 Frank D Well-Known Member Thread Starter Joined: 2004/07/15 Messages: 553 Likes Received: 6 Trophy Points: 108 Location: In any event, I'd get a PS2 mouse and keyboard and get away from the USB so that you can troubleshoot the problem more effectively.
Stand up for the right to repair in Tennessee. Windows Xp Usb Mouse Not Working Safe Mode is the same too This could be multiple things. Are these a keyboard/mouse combo ? Tell them that you believe repair should be fair, affordable, and accessible.
Find out who represents you in Kansas' legislature. I have 8 USB ports on the PC and have tried the mouse/keyboard in all of them. Usb Mouse And Keyboard Not Working Xp View all 10 comments Report Jose Manuel- Mar 14, 2011 at 09:14 AM Thanks a lot. Computer Won't Recognize Mouse Or Keyboard The Fair Repair Act, or LB 67, is simple.
Started Windows and noticed that as soon as Windows finishes booting, the lights on the keyboard and mouse go out. http://comvurgent.com/not-working/windows-xp-repair-install-no-mouse-keyboard.html I removed the CMOS Battery, and after 4 months of non having a working computer, it finally worked!!!! I have tried using different devices and using all usb ports, they DO work at BIOS, so i am able to get into the BIOS and access safe mode and everything So you can fix the stuff you own quickly—and get on with your life. Computer Not Recognizing Keyboard Or Mouse
On restart Windows loaded fine yet the mouse and keyboard (both USB) did not work. Boot the machine using Hiren's Boot disk, boot to the "mini-XP" and see if the USB mouse & keyboard work under Hiren's XP. Hope this helps in someway. 09-20-2010, 10:56 AM #6 djaburg Moderator - Microsoft Support Join Date: May 2008 Location: San Diego, CA Posts: 5,076 OS: XP SP3/Vista/7 check over here And wired or wireless ?
It’s time to fight for your right to repair and defend local repair jobs—the corner mom-and-pop repair shops that keep getting squeezed out. Computer Not Recognizing Keyboard Windows 7 It says "press any key to start from DVD drive" and well... Take Action It's time to speak out for your right to repair.
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It's not time yet. Have tried a different USB mouse/keyboard and still nothing. Good Luck Was this answer helpful? this content The link you posted earlier pointed back to this one Click to expand...
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