Windows Xp Ps2 Keyboard And Mouse Not Working
Well, not exactly. Reports: · Posted 3 years ago Top Jafo Posts: 23 This post has been reported. There are some last resort hail-mary options I've listed below. the mouse WAS working, but after i unplugged it (i was looking at the male end to make sure i was plugging the keyboard in right)...
What was really funny was that the connected USB mouse and keyboard worked fine in the BIOS and it even worked when I loaded a different operating system on my dual Hopefully, you didn't disable system restore on your system because if you did, you're going to have to take more drastic measures to get your keyboard and mouse working again. It was necessary to hold your post before displaying it, whilst we checked the blog for which you provided a link. If you wish to show your appreciation, then you may donate to help keep us online.
Ps2 Keyboard Not Working Windows 7
It prompted me for a SCSI driver, I skipped past that, and somehow got to the screen where you choose a PC type next, where I chose a standard PC. yes, the keyboard works in the bios and at the point of selecting the options for installing XP. 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. Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License Music "Hey There Delilah" by Plain White T's Listen ad-free with YouTube Red Show more Show less Loading...
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- You may have to do this for the mouse as well.
- Booting from an XP setup CD still leaves the keyboard unresponsive.
- I tried logging into Safe Mode also, but the keyboard and mouse still refused to work, so that was a dead end.
- After the computer reboots to show the progress and where you have the option to select next, the keyboard and mouse do not work.
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- However the "first aid" is as follows: 1 Try and use usb keyboard and usb mouse....
I'll try. Apologies for the delay in displaying your post. or you could use the back ones, most mice will work OK via a hub ( USB hub non powered, will be OK) available for a pound or a dollar or Usb Keyboard Not Working Reply Report fvbn- Jul 13, 2013 09:03AM thanks it works Reply Report Mariela- Apr 5, 2014 06:34PM Thank you so so much!!!!
Where did you get it from? amos37 Other Hardware Support 3 02-07-2011 07:01 AM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your There are no USB Legacy options in the bios. I would have to set the option "USB legacy support" on BIOS setup, but I can't enter at BIOS setup, because the PS2 keyboard doesn't work.
Try a USB mouse. __________________ MemTest | IMGBurn | Seatools Drive Fitness | DataLifeguard |SeaFlash Rufus | Virus/Malware Help | PC running slow? 01-26-2012, 06:43 PM #5 fullmerpcrepair Registered Standard Ps/2 Keyboard Driver Reply Report Ramvignesh- Jan 17, 2015 11:43PM Thank You very much bro... The port seemed fine in Device Manager because there were no error or warning icons. Reports: · Posted 3 years ago Top Hermitt Posts: 1310 This post has been reported.
Ps2 Keyboard Not Working Windows 10
Still onlu works for a little while. only alter the setting to provide legacy support for PS2...... Ps2 Keyboard Not Working Windows 7 If you wish to show your appreciation, then you may donate to help keep us online. If A Ps/2 Keyboard Does Not Work On Your System And Yet You Know The Keyboard Is Good This includes: normal boot, safe mode, safe mode with networking, safe mode command prompt.
Unless you want to be taking apart your computer, definitely don't disable USB if you don't have any PS2 ports. Jim, that will create the same problem I'm afraid. However all of them require you to start hitting the appropriate key stoke IMMEDIATELY you power on (dont wait for any part of Windows to start loading as the BIOS operates keyboard or mouse broken..Keep searching and dont do anything risky or extreme that will mess your computer up even more. Windows 10 Ps2 Keyboard
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Tried to use Recovery console from CD, and somehow I got it to work ONCE only by pressing F6.
Can you change settings in the BIOS with the Keyboard? Unfortunately, at this point, I haven't been able to find any other guaranteed solutions outside of PS2 ports and system restore. I had already thought of that, but my computer is newer and therefore only has USB ports! If you mess up at all then exit the BIOS without saving the changes Repeat without saving......
Note that the keyboard and mouse I have work fine booting from a DOS disk or in the BIOS.Obviously I can't see what keyboard driver is loaded when I can't log marks under logitech interface then under show hidden devices PS/2 keyboard and the mouse tried... I tried booting up without PS/2 mouse nor keyboard plugged in, but with a USB mouse connected. He began blogging in 2007 and quit his job in 2010 to blog full-time.
In order to do that, you'll first need to get into the Windows 8 System Recovery Options dialog. Then it will stop working. gottkronos 278,698 views 2:47 Loading more suggestions... The recommendation on the blog, to do this, is clear and even emphasized in Red and your post has now been displayed.
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Being a member gives you detailed monitoring of your requests. Or would I be better off getting a PS/2 to USB adapter I have a 4 year old Compaq Presario SR2170NX, Windows Vita Home Basic. Does the keyboard work in the BIOS? An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.
Sign in to make your opinion count. tekun Laptop Support 7 05-19-2012 06:21 PM HELP! it has to be a PnP problem or something! 8 posts Ars Technica > Forums > Operating Systems & Software > Windows Technical Mojo Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware