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#1 OdinUchiha

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Posted 11 May 2015 - 04:29 AM

Hi, this is my first post here so I hope someone can help me.

Last night I put my pc to sleep so that I could use it quickly again today. However, when I went to put it on, the tower booted up but my monitor remained blank as though the pc was off. My mouse did the same (no red light from it) but my keyboards LED's for Caps lock etc. flashed before it went dead.

I have tried a different mouse that was not a usb mouse and it worked so at first I though it was the usb ports but my speakers also use the usb ports and they come on with the computer.

anyone know what's going on? :/

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#2 cmptrgy

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Posted 11 May 2015 - 05:58 AM

"I have tried a different mouse that was not a usb mouse and it worked so at first I though it was the usb ports but my speakers also use the usb ports and they come on with the computer"

--- Are you saying that the computer boots up and works ok with the "not usb mouse" which I interpret to be a PS2 mouse?

--- If so it could be the BIOS has reverted to legacy settings

--- Change the battery, start back up, correct the time and hopefully you'll be able to move on from there

 

On the speakers using usb ports, that can be addressed afterward; in fact it might be a good idea to disconnect the speakers in the above idea



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Posted 13 May 2015 - 09:45 AM

no the thing is u need to me more specific



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Posted 13 May 2015 - 12:19 PM

OK. What does this mean?

"I have tried a different mouse that was not a usb mouse and it worked"






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