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That should get you into the Windows 7 Advanced Boot Options dialog. Apr 30, 2009 #10 MJDallas TS Rookie I had a user with the same problem this morning. Earlier this morning, I was working in a spreadsheet program and the keyboard was behaving very oddly, not activating spaces, I had to click with the mouse to activate it even Everything worked fine then. Check This Out

Any other ideas? peartreeNov 11, 2004, 2:42 AM Ouch! I also have 3 MB of Ram. Always look forward to any tips you share.

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The moderator renamed it and you didn't recognize it! When I checked the system, I missed that it was a laptop. Tried mouse & keyboard on another box to make sure they didn't get whacked or something? Somehow system boots to log-in screen but many drivers are not loaded (e.g.

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Windows XP Pro reboot during install. Check out the forums and get free advice from the experts. I've tried restarting it and I can't get past the first screen. You can use the arrow keys on lower right of keyboard to move if needed.

Once you are at the Recovery Console you will be given at least one choice of Windows installations. Unfortunately the USB mouse and keyboard won't respond. From MS Web site: Windows XP periodically records a snapshot of your computer. It can take a few minutes for the mouse and stuff to start working?

Hardware & Devices Mouse and keyboard not working?I rebooted windows to work with Linux for a bit. The time now is 22:52. I could roll back the BIOS I guess but I hate to mess with that since if I screw up I understand I could royally screw my mobo. asked 5 years ago viewed 2232 times active 4 years ago Related 3Acer laptop's built-in keyboard and mouse not working in Windows0My Internal HDD Backup Drive Not Recognized after new Windows

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My preference is stand-alone programs rather than suites- the reason is because if there is a program, it's easier to troubleshoot a stand_aloe rather than a suite. http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/299724-usb-mouse-and-keyboard-not-working-when-xp-boots/ Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Windows Xp Repair Install No Mouse Keyboard Last edited by kimsland; 20 Hours Ago at 08:00 PM.. Windows Xp Setup Keyboard Not Working Do you know?

My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1 CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU 750 @ 2.67GHz Motherboard Gigabyte P55-UD3 Memory 16,00 his comment is here Both USB. Rebooting implies that the system was working at one time.Maybe you could clarify the timeline a little?If you were running a repair install on XP, then I'd say it was working Oh and do any of the lights like numlock on the keyboard, or the led(if its optical) on the mouse light up? Usb Keyboard Not Working Windows Xp

Many thanks in advance H_M_G 0 Back to Hardware, Components and Peripherals · Next Unread Topic → Similar Topics 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous Hmm. Good luck Apr 29, 2009 #8 davisjaron TS Member Posts: 82 I would try using a different mouse and external keyboard and see if that works... this contact form Unfortunately, at this point, I haven't been able to find any other guaranteed solutions¬†outside of PS2 ports and system restore.

The problem is when I boot into XP users screen the mouse or key board doesn't respond. Well, it looks like you have 3 threads going on the same subject. IF you can't get in, it's too late to backup!

If Auto does not work, you can try Disable, but be cautioned that you'll not be able to use your mouse/keyboard before Windows loads.

Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Community Forum Save changes and restart PC and they should work again. Maybe a BIOS update can fix it. **** Never Assume ANYTHING **** AoEratNov 11, 2004, 9:52 AM Well the thing is I tried a ps/2 Ask a question and give support.

She has been up for most of the day and I have made her re-boot several times randomly through out the day and still no problems. Using the site is easy and fun. This feature is a must for gamers or anyone who mods their PC. http://lebos.org/windows-xp/booting-windows-xp-from-usb-pen-drive.php Unless you want to be taking apart your computer, definitely don't disable USB if you don't have any PS2 ports.

If not I'm unsure how to proceed next... I came across a website telling me to put the file(s) on another drive, such as a floppy or a flash drive, and then direct the NT5INF.cat to the new location. I just can't win. But if i boot from Vista, (Which i do now) it works just fine.

After three operations it rebooted and Windows XP Loaded. Reboot automatically reinstalls those drivers.When a user moves a hard drive/system partition...to a different system as a secondary drive...it's normal for the user to be unable to access files reflected in Booting Win7 from the source drive. Keyboard, however, has NOTHING.

The boot order screen is usually somewhere on one of the advanced options pages, so you'll have to browse around a little to find it. I'm hoping that its possible to uninstall the usb mouse and keyboard drivers that way. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account?

I'm actually to re-format it and install Windows again, if only i could my restore disc...