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Re: keyboard & Mouse
Hi, Make sure that the keyboard wire is plugged in to the keyboard port and mouse wire is plugged in to the mouse port. Remember that you need to restart the system once after you plugged into the motherboard. if that doesn't work then replace the keyboard / mouse and check. if same thing is happening then there is a problem in your motherboard. Thank you.
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if your caps light is on a light will/should show on your keyboard
hope this helps http://download.cnet.com/%7Bvalue=http://www.download.com/numcapsscroll-indicator/3000-2072_4-10604212.html
On-screen real-time indicator showing the status of the Num, Caps and Scroll Lock buttons on the keyboard. NumCapsScroll Indicator monitors their status and indicates it in the System Tray with its icon, with a tool-tip when you mouse-over its System Tray icon, with a small On-screen Keyboard-like panel and a sound indicator. It's also an identical utility for laptops that are not supported with Num, Caps and Scroll Lock LEDs on their Keyboards.
What's new in this version: Version 7.0 is compatible with Windows 7.
Are the mouse and Keyboard USB varieties? If so, then try plugging in a PS/2 mouse and keyboard and boot the machine up. You can then check your system hardware settings in control panel and reinstall the USB drivers. This would be my first step in solving the problem. If you need any more help then just ask
hi im josh in cebu.friend if it wnt detect the probem is on your bios setup or on your motherboard parts like the cmos batt. you go to bios setup then go to pheriperals then choose enabled keyboard and mouse. or try to remove your cmos batt then afterr several seconds.install back firmly and tightenly. then reboot your pc.this will help you a lot good luck
remove all RAM modules - system should beep when you switch it on. If not then your CPU is not working.
Can you see anything on the monitor?
Does the keyboard lights flash when you switch on after several seconds (caps lock, num lock, scroll lock lights flash)
Apparently there is something confilcting with something ot the ps2 ports are faulty!
We'll need to find out!
Try plugging up your system without the video card but the ps/2 devices plugged in! (we don't need to plug up hard drive, so plug them out if they are plugged in)
When the system comes on(after your hear the POST beep, if the system speakers is plugged up to the motherboard). Try pressing NUM LOCK or CAPS LOCk to see if the light come on and off. If they do that means your machine is responding with the PS/2, if not then you need to find a PS/2 expansion adapter ot use a USB Keyboard and mouse!
If you do get a response that means your ports are working and there is probably a confilct with your Video card!
In that case, I assume you've already reset the cmos(if you haven't then do that).
Also if you have an AGP port try an AGP Card, if you were using an AGP card try a PCI!
Well the USB keyboard more than likely will work!
try these out and get back to me!