I am looking to reinstall the drivers for keyboard and mouse from the 'utility disc' path 'drivers' then there is a number of files. Which one is needed for reinstallation of keyboard and mouse drivers?
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My Acer Aspire M1100 would not boot and had no signal to the monitor. I thought the video card or motherboard had gone bad. I tinkered with it for over 2 years (yes I'm hardheaded) and finally realized the processor had worked itself loose. Reseated the processor and it works fine again. Hope this helps someone.
If that case is the problem then try and use a USB (Universal Serial Bus ) mouse and keyboard if it work then try your mouse and keyboard you formally use on another system if it work then there is a problem with your mouse and keyboard Port.ok
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"Installing other playback software affects the codecs Acer Arcade needs to playback the disc properly. I suggest you reinstall Arcade and see if the playback in Arcade clears up. Here are the steps to do this:
To restore a driver or application that was preinstalled on your computer from the factory, you need to run Acer eRecovery, here are the steps: 1. Move your mouse over the Empowering technology widget and click on the eRecovery Manager icon or you may also press ALT and F10 on the keyboard to start the program.
Please note: The first time you access the eRecovery feature, you are prompted to create a password. If you forget it then you will have to use the recovery discs to reformat the system.
2. In the next window look at the bottom of the window and choose Restore.
3. Now choose Reinstall Applications/Drivers
4. Choose Install 5. Click on Windows Vista on the left side of the page 6. Choose driver or applications. 7. In the list choose the item you wish to install 8. On the right click the install link and follow the prompts. 9. The system may restart when installation is complete
Do not allow the system to shut down during this process. Plug in the AC adapter if necessary. "