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Keyboard And Mouse Problem


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#1 sapphy

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Posted 28 April 2007 - 02:04 PM

Hello, I have a strange problem that started last night. After restarting my keyboard and mouse wouldn't work. I thought it was just the wireless mouse and keyboard acting up so I hooked up a PS/2 keyboard and mouse and they don't work either. They do work on my brothers computer so it isn't them. It does work for me to enter to select safe mode but once it gets to the screen where I have to click the admin account, they don't work. They show up as working correctly in the device manager but they won't work. The mouse cursor just stays in the middle of the screen. I was able to use the mouse from my tablet at first. My cousin went into the system configuration utility to change the startup to see if that would work. Now when my computer starts up it wants me to click to return to normal startup and I can't. Now the tablet mouse won't work because the driver doesn't load. So I'm basically stuck. My cousin left his keyboard so I could connect to the internet to try to find out what's wrong.

XP SP2
2 gig memory
Asus A8V Motherboard

Any help is appreciated at all.

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Posted 28 April 2007 - 07:05 PM

Since you say the problem cropped up last night i would suggest you do a system restore. Got me out of a pickle a few times.

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Posted 29 April 2007 - 07:07 AM

I had a similar problem with my MSI mobo recently - I restored the CMOS to default and it fixed the problem. If you can't locate the shorting pins, just unplug the system from the wall and remove the battery for 30 minutes.
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