When I rebooted the computer to be sure everything worked, the keyboard (USB) and mouse (USB) decided not to work. To this day I still haven't fixed it, and this is what I've done:
Tried a PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard.
Unplugged everything, plugged back in.
Replaced all the USB, Keyboard, and Mouse .sys drivers in system32/drivers via startup command prompt.
Attempted to repair windows.
Attempted to do tests on the keyboard and mouse via setup utility.
The keyboard (Now 3 USBs and 1 PS/2 plugged in) and the mouse (2 USBs and 1 PS/2 Plugged in) will all work fine in the BIOS, but will all fail to work when Windows loads up to the login screen. I decided to make my HDD a slave drive on another computer, just to get some of my files off, but when I try to access my documents I get an 'Access denied.' prompt. My guess is because the profile I'm trying to access has a password, and I can't figure out how to remove it to get my documents.
Mainly I just want to get my computer back. If I could sign in I could attempt to fix this, but it's just been such a pain. I've spent hours looking up the problem, and it seems that it's different for everyone. My last two options are an entire driver rollback or a totally new format. Hopefully someone here knows what to do.
My system specs are:
Dell Demension 8300
Windows XP Home
3.20 GHz Prosessor
nVidia GeForce 6800GT
Edited by Laggings, 10 August 2010 - 11:02 AM.