Windows 2000 Keyboard Not Working
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Jul 25, 2005 #2 ezshoes TS Rookie Topic Starter Don't work in safe mode iether Forgot to mention... Similar Topics USB keyboard and mouse not working after upgrade Jun 16, 2014 Keyboard toshiba not working and right click of mouse activated automatically Oct 21, 2009 Mouse and keyboard not Expand the mouse (mice) option in Device Manager by clicking the + symbol.
This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. Click here it's easy and free. I dont think I have heard of one doing that before.. Keyboard Stopped Typing See also Acronis Universal Restore.
I've tried replacing the WINNT/system32/config/system file with the one in WINNT/repair but that didn't seem to make any difference. Keyboard Not Working Laptop Error loading c:\winnt\downloaded program files\ bridge.dll The specified module could not be found.” Because the mouse or keyboard doesn’t work I can’t get rid of the message.Also after this is finds All rights reserved. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=888378 Was this page useful?
Another option, and possibly less drastic, is to activate a restore point in the operating system prior to when the mouse stopped working. Wireless Keyboard Not Working Mouse always works, but Windows randomly fails to detect keyboard. Sign up for a new account or log in here: Forgot your password? If this indicator does not change, your computer is frozen; meaning all hardware on the computer (including the mouse) will not work.
- The system has a VIA USB chip: VT82C586b running Windows 2000 Professional.
- It works in the BIOSThe PC does not have PS2 support therefore cannot use a PS2 keyboardI have checked event viewer and have notice Event ID 256Timed out sending notification of
- you used to be able to blow out the ENUM key and this was about the same as removing "ALL" device drivers.
- While Windows may have a standard or default driver for the mouse, installing a driver for your specific mouse may fix the issue.
- If installed, then you may need to remove it due to the it's filter driver associated with the keyboard and mouse classes.
- makes the issue much simpler.
- Make sure you schedule the task with Administrator credentials; USB_batch.bat will execute a special DEVCON utility from Microsoft to enable and initialize all USB devices.
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Copyright 2002 Quinstreet Inc. The Microsoft article (below) also suggests that the VIA USB chip isn't fully supported under Windows 2000. Desktop Keyboard Not Working Lloyd PC Technician [email protected] MICROSOFT ARTICLE... ================================================== Unsupported Via VT83C572/VT82C586 PCI-to-USB Chip Sets (Q233163) -------------------------------------------------- The information in this article applies to: Microsoft Windows 2000, Advanced Server, Professional, Server -------------------------------------------------- SUMMARY Keyboard Not Working Windows 7 Do you have Logitech keyboard/mouse?
All of these can try to replace i8042prt with their own driver. Check This Out I currently have 2 theories... 1) There is a file or registry entry that is preventing the keyboard drivers from properly installing. 2) The VIA USB chip isn't fully supported under If the mouse is connected to a USB hub, unplug the mouse cable and the connect it to a USB port on the back of the computer. Can I delete the devices by editing the registry? Keyboard Stopped Working Windows 10
This looks like to me that the ports are not active when windows is running.How can I turn these on when you have no interface with the computer?Help!!!Andrew Logged merlin_2 Guest Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Source Cause This issue is not directly related to the algorithms of Acronis Universal Restore and is rather specific to some Windows configurations and hardware specifics.
can you move data then just format this one? Usb Keyboard Not Working Windows 7 for 1+3, enter 4. E.g.
If a driver is installed for the mouse, it is recommended that you check if there is an updated driver for the mouse.
Then, go to HKLM\System\ControlSet
I can access the main HD via a win2k install i've done one my secondary (smaller) HD, but I can't see what I could do to fix it. PS/2 mouse If you are using a mouse with a PS/2 connection, check the back of the computer to verify that it is plugged into the PS/2 mouse port and not I have seen this sort of trouble with NT4 due to poor support of USB ports, but not with PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports.Also make sure nothing such as 'legacy' or have a peek here Can your wipe it and start fresh..
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Even when the keyboard isn't working after a reboot, Device Manager shows all drivers OK. Logged merlin_2 Guest Re: Mouse and keyboard doesn't work in 2000 « Reply #8 on: November 23, 2004, 11:55:45 AM » Run Dll. Sounds like you have yourself one corrupt install. Yes No This is great!Do you have any comments?
Did you correctly connect the flat ribbon cables that lead to the PS/2 ports? Make sure the wireless receiver is within range and is not blocked by another object. Before posting on our computer help forum, you must register. Mouse/Keyboard DriversOpen Device Manager on the target system through terminal services.