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Disconnects Often when i restart my computer, the keyboard and/or the mouse to not work and i am forced to turn off my computer, unplug them from the back, plug them back in, and then restart..... is there something that is wrong that could be causing this problem?

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Re: Disconnects

It's the old problem of drivers not loading when the system boots for the wireless keyboard reciever. There isn't anything you can do apart from try using a different usb port as the system allocates the IRQ's to the hardware and if it gets an IRQ of more than 3 or 4 this is where the problem starts, it needs to be IRQ1 (Interupt request No.1)which means that usb port is given first priority for operation.

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