Tried to boot up into Windows 7 Professional 64bit and the keyboard and mouse stopped working all together. Trust me, both the mouse and keyboard did not work during million times of trial and it worked right away after this one. Perhaps check again in your BIOS in the 'Integrated Peripherals' section? Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 05-02-2011, 01:09 PM #2 [email protected] TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Nov 2004 Location: Pacific Northwest Posts: 1,679 OS: Win7 Home Premium My check over here
If you do that, then you won't even be able to use your USB keyboard while in the BIOS and you'll really be in trouble. That should get you into the Windows 7 Advanced Boot Options dialog. It took me 2 weeks to get the correct PS2 adapter that worked, which would essentially allow me access to my system again... So, this means that your issue is a software problem.
No Mouse or Keyboard functionality thru USB. As Windows loads, can see keyboard illumination switches off. but it's a low budget repair costing no more than $20.00 (if you can install the PCI card yourself) so this is the quickest and cheapest possible solution. 2) The next Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page...
My "guess" is: the power adapter and the mother board seems to have some sort of voltage or current problem which makes the USB ports not working with any USB devices. I Purchased a USB A Female to PS2 (MDIN6) Male Adapter (for Mouse) from SFCable.com This my friends, was a lifesaver. Always look forward to any tips you share. Wireless Mouse Not Working Windows 10 Link about error code...
Not_Tech_Savvy Driver Support 11 01-18-2011 09:54 PM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts PS2 or USB? You can also read the repair install guide for Windows 8 created by EightForums, the same site as SevenForums, just for Windows 8 stuff. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17417/windows-mouse-touchpad-keyboard-problems Method 3 - System Restore This method is the one that finally worked for me.
Last edited by DragonFire; 28 Sep 2015 at 18:46. Keyboard And Mouse Not Working Windows 7 Login Screen And somehow after hours of reading those forum, NO ONE - I MEAN NO ONE ON THIS PLANET EARTH could possibly answer this seemingly simple enough question directly, just for the Method 5 - Repair Install Windows 7 If you don't have a restore point, then the last resort option is to perform a repair install. Same for safe mode.
I was also advised to run: MSCONFIG and Hide all Windows programs and then stop every other driver, source from loading (of course if my mouse and kb worked, I would get redirected here Even when I went into SAFE MODE the Mouse and Keyboard were not functional. Keyboard And Mouse Not Working Windows 10 Can't seem to find that option. Keyboard And Mouse Not Working On Startup PSBY1U-00F003 Memory 4GB+4GB Samsung DDR3 PC3-10700 (1333 MHz) Graphics Card Video Intel(R) HD Graphics Family, 1696MB available memory Sound Card Realtek High Definition Audio version=22.214.171.12423 Monitor(s) Displays 17.3 " Trubrite TFT
If home built, mobo brand and p/n. http://ovmonline.com/not-working/keyboard-mouse-not-working-after-pc-wakeup.html Power supply is fine, but those device just do not work properly, maybe the current is too large or something which interfere with the programs or common softwares which pre-installed at Thanks, JE - [REMOVED EMAIL] My System Specs OS Windows 7 Home Premium Gemini365i View Public Profile Find More Posts by Gemini365i 10 Apr 2014 #8 joeywaihung Window 7 Home All of the devices that will not respond on this PC work on another one so they are not the issue. Keyboard And Mouse Not Working Windows 8
It stops working once Windows loads. I installed a program to irecovery.exe (I think this is what killed usb drives). I made a bootable USB drive with Windows on it, but it turned out to give the same options as pressing F11 whilst loading - i read somewhere to actually do this content and you just may get away without having to repair-reinstall the operating system. 3) And if money is not a problem, then your best option would be to upgrade the computer
Once i restarted my computer my mouse and keyboard wasn;t recognizing on my machine. Windows 10 Keyboard Driver Download Or are you rebooting quickly? (I only ask because I'm the impatient type and sometimes do this...) 05-03-2011, 06:52 PM #5 Muskz Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2010 If not I'll probably go buy the stuff tomorrow and have a bash. 1) Get an adaptor USB to internal hard drive, take out my drive, plug it into my netbook,
you will have to repair-reinstall the operating system. KristinaSDec 22, 2012, 10:51 AM Chicano said: If I understand you correctly, both PS/2 and USB ports are not working right?.. I've been having to hard-boot (is this bad since it's from the welcome screen?) because I can't manually turn off the computer, and then physically turn the computer back on and Windows 10 Laptop Keyboard Not Working I didnt make any changes to the computer lately...
Sorry. 05-07-2011, 10:10 AM #10 Muskz Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2010 Posts: 22 OS: Windows 7 SP1 Well, I just set everything in the BIOS to its I was also advised to run: MSCONFIG and Hide all Windows programs and then stop every other driver, source from loading (of course if my mouse and kb worked, I would Insert fresh batteries in your mouse or keyboard. have a peek at these guys I had forgotten that during the time when this problem arose, there was a failed install of my AMD chipset drivers, so luckily I had not deleted the source file and
Specs: HP Pavilion Elite HPE-310t -Quad Core i5-750 2.66GHz, 6GB RAM, 750GB Hard Drive USB mouse and keyboard. This problem sounds like you don't have all the drivers for the motherboard installed. I read online... Ask a new question Read More Mice Keyboards Windows XP Related Resources USB Keyboard Mouse Not Working...
Next I'm going to have a stab at changing the Windows USB drivers using Ubuntu.