Keyboard & Mouse Dead After Booting
Well, that sucks. Just browse the different menus, I'm sure this will fix your problem. Rebooted with regular set of bootflags. This post may help:http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1888689/cpu-led-red-asus-m5a99fx-pro.html TerryFawkesJan 16, 2015, 1:57 AM Gee Bee said: it has to be bios or mobo, what are the odds of two defective USB components, not impossible though. check over here
If that doesn`t help, then maybe you need to reformat and reinstall. Gonna try now USB Controller, USB 2.0 Controller, and USB Legacy support are all enabled. All You have to do is to insert Windows XP (corresponding to your sp version) install disk to your CD drive. Assuming you have everything backed up and your current attempt to install windows is not an upgrade. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/287091-45-keyboard-mouse-stops-working-login-screen-boot-bios-work
Keyboard And Mouse Not Working After Boot Windows 7
After about an hour I started getting nervous that I would actually have to reinstall the OS, but thankfully the last solution I tried finally worked. Unplugged router and need help. Thanks. Does the problem occur ONLY at log-in screen?
Reply to madalina_ptj Connie_13Aug 31, 2016, 5:59 AM sorein said: Whoever has this problem can check this out:http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-2196421/solved-keyboard-mouse-rom-drive-stopped-responding.html Reply to Connie_13 Ask a new question Answer Read More Keyboards Windows Motherboards That should get you into the Windows 7 Advanced Boot Options dialog. But I noticed that my mouse is somewhat recognized: The extra buttons provoke an reaction like scrolling up and down a list, so it seems that El Capitan thinks it is http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2078499/mouse-keyboard-stop-working-windows-starts.html I tried a lot of things and I'm not sure which thing fixed it.
You just have to open your case and find the little round battery on the motherboard, which is usually easily visible. Keyboard And Mouse Not Working On Startup Windows 10 This time I only got warning messages, and the rebuild succeeded. Does anyone have any idea of how to solve this problem? Repaired kext permissions in E/E and S/L/E using Kext Wizard.
Keyboard And Mouse Not Working On Startup
The only way to enable a USB keyboard after your disabled USB in the BIOS is to either use a PS2 mouse or remove the CMOS battery off the motherboard! Another thing to try, just occured to me, is when the installation media gets to that selection screen: unplug and replug the USB keyboard and mouse. Keyboard And Mouse Not Working After Boot Windows 7 Reply to fjaesbog begroegJun 24, 2014, 12:15 PM fjaesbog said: So when you boot up into Windows 7, the mouse and keyboard works? Mouse And Keyboard Work In Bios, Wont Work In Windows I still can't get the USB install volume to boot all the way to the desktop, even after applying USB Fix V3 and the same kernel version that has my El
Booted in single-user mode and ran the "sudo kextcache" commands. check my blog Originally Posted by Icarus315 Another thing to try, just occured to me, is when the installation media gets to that selection screen: unplug and replug the USB keyboard and mouse. You can use this procedure to do so:Once booted to the Recovery Console, you should be at a C:\Windows> prompt. What boot flags and kernel are you using? Keyboard And Mouse Not Working Windows Xp
In CLICK BIOS II check in settings then Windows 8 configuration. I'm not sure what to try at this point, other than reverting some kexts (IOUSBfamily and IOUSBMassStorage, e.g)to the Mavericks level (since the aforementioned fix is basically a reversion to Yosemite Still had to use the same mix of USB-related kexts (USB Fix for El Capitan, plus Mav level IOUSBFamily and IOUSBMassStorage), but this time had all USB working! http://goinsource.com/keyboard-and/keyboard-mouse.html Ask !
I did come across a post in that forum (only a day or 2 old) from someone who seems to be having the same mouse issue--no indication that it's been solved Mouse And Keyboard Not Working In Bios Or some equivalent utility that's El Cap-compatible? Is there a way to hook these up to another computer to just retrieve the info?
I still get the "System Extension ______ cannot be used" messages when inserting a USB device (flash drive or mouse), but the flash drive will mount anyway, and the plugged-in mouse
What boot flags and kernel are you using? Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode August 27th, 2012 #1 eric_son View Profile View Forum Posts Private Attached is a screenshot of the point where it hangs during boot (stays here for 30+ minutes before I give up & reboot). Keyboard And Mouse Not Working Windows 7 Login Screen Repaired kext permissions in E/E and S/L/E using Kext Wizard.
Reply to begroeg soreinJul 26, 2014, 7:29 AM Whoever has this problem can check this out:http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-2196421/solved-keyboard-mouse-rom-drive-stopped-responding.html Reply to sorein madalina_ptjNov 26, 2014, 10:27 PM Hi,I just changed my MB and have What laptop did you spend thousand of dollars on? Keyboard is working, Mouse is dead. Then I did it a second time.