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Computer loads but asks to install ps2 mouse

It turns on fine but after windows screen asks for mouse when already installed

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Change the mouse then try

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My tower takes for ever to load and it wont read my mouse or my keyboard so my keyboard doesnt work please give me some help

Loading problems are usually due to a hard drive that is almost full, leaving windows with no "swap file" (or virtual ram). It can also be down to a very badly fragmented hard drive.

The mouse and keyboard problem ( I;m assuming you are using a Ps2 mouse and keyboard) point to a failed connector on the back panel. Try using a USB mouse and keyboard, (if you are using one already and this model supports ps2, try the other way)

If the USB ports on the computer do not work, to use a keyboard or mouse, then the problem is more serious and you may have a damaged motherboard

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Is this computer supporting USb functionality in installation mode? Have you tried using a PS2 Mouse and Keyboard to try and solve the issue? Some computers do not have the ability to run USB devices pre-windows so try to use a PS2 device and see if it works.

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My Dell OptiPlex GX 520 has frozen. It runs Windows XP. Here in the UK, we have had a cold snap in what the papers are calling "The Coldest Day". Dunno if that's got anything to do with it. Anyway, I came...


The weather has nothing to do with the operation of your computer, as long as the computer is indoors and it is operating within a temperature of about 15 degrees and above.

The problem must be on your Operating System (OS), it must have been corrupted and is failing to load the operating system. This could be caused by a number of reasons, which may include, a recently installed program or hardware, viruses.

You need to repair the operating system to solve this problem.
Use your Windows XP OS installation CD to perform a system repair.

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I have seen this before, and the best answer I can offer you is some Motherboards are better than others when working with usb devices while no OS is in place. I actually tried using usb / to / ps/2 adapters and it still would not recognize the usb keyboard in a couple of instances. I had to get a ps2 keyboard for the installation of windows. After windows was installed I hooked up the usb keyboard and it worked fine. (just speaking from my own personal experience here)

Sorry I do not have a more technical answer for you but I'm almost 99.9 % sure this should work, providing there is no problem with the ps2 keyboard port on the Motherboard. I have never failed to install windows unless there was another hardware based issue of some kind, but never a problem with a known good ps2 keyboard.

Just double check everything is seated properly and try to get into the bios setup, if you cannot use the usb keyboard for this, you can try the usb / ps2 adapter, but if that doesn't work either then use a regular ps2 keyboard. That should work fine, then after setup is complete, windows is installed, then your usb keyboard should work fine.

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