By reading the description of the procedure, you agree to release me from any and all liabilities resulting from the procedure below.I opened the casing to the front of my laptop TECH MASTER 7.940 visualizaciones 1:38 How Fix Computer Usb Ports That Stop Working(Worked 4 Me). - Duración: 2:38. Vuelve a intentarlo más tarde. Connect a PS/2 Keyboard and then connect the USB keyboard after Windows is loaded. have a peek at this web-site
But I have to ask, are you waiting for Windows to search for hardware and install default drivers? It allowed me to edit it but the settings didn't save. Mouse was powered (USB), but didn't work at login screen either.
If your drive letter is not C, use the correct one for your system in the rest of this procedure.Type the following and press Enter after each line.There are spaces between Thanks for all the help anyways. 11-13-2011, 10:09 PM #18 Aelsrode Registered Member Join Date: Nov 2011 Posts: 6 OS: Windows xp Mouse and keyboard not working HELP! I will keep you updated. Mouse And Keyboard Work In Bios, Wont Work In Windows This problem sounds like you don't have all the drivers for the motherboard installed.
On restart, the keyboard worked. Mouse And Keyboard Not Working At Login Screen Windows 7 If the target has Remote Desktop disabled, enable it: Enable Remote Registry if necessary: sc \\mediacenter config RemoteRegistry start= auto sc \\mediacenter start RemoteRegistry Enable Remote Desktop: reg add "\\mediacenter\HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server" This, however, did not solve my problem, and I recently did a system restore, which usually enables my mouse and keyboard to work temporarily, however this time it did not. Browse other questions tagged login windows-media-center or ask your own question.
However, it can happen with several mobos and brands in my experience. Keyboard Not Working After Boot If you don't have a USB keyboard/mouse, then please try to borrow/buy them. You could try a ps2 keyboard that way. Back to top #7 krMitchell krMitchell Topic Starter Members 23 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:22 PM Posted 20 December 2011 - 03:55 PM Mouse still did not work plugged into rear
My problem's exactly the same as this guys (more updated and in detail), ignore the other link. hehe, that is high up on the possibilities list Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top TheBeard Posts: 107 This post has been reported. Windows Xp Keyboard And Mouse Not Working Hello I have a friends laptop here which previously had a bad virus on it, so i went to re install the OS which went ok, but the keyboard and mouse Keyboard And Mouse Not Working After Boot Windows 7 Switch to another language: Catalan | Basque | Galician | View all Cerrar Sí, quiero conservarla.
Sometimes I have seen it where you have to log in to windows to get the keyboard working and sometimes you don't, depending on who makes the keyboard. Check This Out Here's hoping someone else wanders along with a simpler solution... Make Google your friend too. Well, its a company laptop and there isnt a usb keyboard in site. Keyboard And Mouse Not Working On Startup
Do you have a USB connected keyboard/mouse. it is looking as though my first guess was not correct. i also had the same problem.....try USB type key boards,if are now using PS2 type.....and in bios settings we have the option to disable or enable the usb... 0Votes Share Flag Source The problem persisted.3.
I didn't have it on my network since I knew it was full of viruses and malware, so it didn't download any keyboard/mouse drivers while sitting there. Mouse And Keyboard Stop Working After Boot Up took a while. The Hound, Jan 10, 2010 #2 nick77777 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 10, 2010 Messages: 5 Thanks for the response!
Choose a date before the problem happened.Check if event viewer caught anything.If not,and...If this is a laptop, try removing the battery and run only on cable. Wouldnt hurt to try before you go crazy with a repair install. Copyright © 2006-2016 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved
along with the infection?The infection that you have sustained is most likely a rootkit, and as such, I suggest that your best course of action at this stage would be to Click here to join today! Cargando... have a peek here Another point is that I had to do it twice, 2 normal windows boots, and 3rd into safe mode with command prompt, and i could use keyboard to choose admin or
did u manage to log in?because am having the same problem.would you help me please? 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - I fixed keyboard problem at login screen by jyy2111 · 8 Iniciar sesión Compartir Más Denunciar ¿Quieres informar del vídeo? Make Google your friend too. now i should try updating keyboard driversClick to expand...
Back to top #12 krMitchell krMitchell Topic Starter Members 23 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:22 PM Posted 20 December 2011 - 04:18 PM Is running the "Last known good configuration" from Esta función no está disponible en este momento. The scan found two problems (can't remember the file names). That's not happening anymore.
Siguiente Fixed USB Mouse & Keyboard not working - Duración: 1:05. Will let you know if I can find it. Or is it inevitable once a certain point in development is reached? At the command prompt, type this: copy c:\windows\repair\system c:\windows\system32\config 4.
Keyboard. Checked device manager, etc.? nick77777, Jan 10, 2010 #5 huggie54 Joined: Feb 17, 2008 Messages: 2,631 hiya buddy try using on screen keyboard On the Start menu: Point to All Programs. Point to Meanwhile I'll check your mobo's manual and see if there's any mention in there... 05-05-2011, 02:35 PM #9 [email protected] TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Nov 2004 Location: Pacific
http://support.automation.siemens.co...odeid=22403228 Neither method has been tested by me nor do I have the time to test it first so these are just ideas so your mileage may vary. Información Prensa Derechos de autor Creadores Publicidad Desarrolladores +YouTube Términos Privacidad Política y seguridad Enviar sugerencias ¡Prueba algo nuevo! I've been having Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Search this Thread 05-01-2011, 05:36 PM #1 Muskz Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2010 Posts: 22 Is that on? 05-04-2011, 05:12 PM #7 Muskz Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2010 Posts: 22 OS: Windows 7 SP1 Quote: Originally Posted by [email protected] Let me ask
We have dells here, and we had to switch to USB keyboards on our workbench since the new dells don't have PS2s.