I have an Acer Aspire 6920G laptop.I got it one month back.When I booted the computer,the mouse and the keypad is frozen and no keys works.But when I went into the system recovery screen of vista I was able to use the mouse and keypad is also working.But after I tried to restart the laptop When I reach the windows screen to type in the password again the keypad and mouse is frozen and it doesn't work.Please guys if you know the solution please answer the question.I came to know from the FIXYA that many laptops from ACER have the same problem.I am expecting a good solution.THANKS in advance.
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if you have an esternal mouse istalled try to go to the device manager and unistall all the mouses on the mouse section.. shut down computer, remove external mouse and turn it back on. it should work now
Try booting your computer from CD ROM with the OS CD/DVD already inserted and when prompted just try repair. If that does not work re-install the same on the same 'partition' assuming it to be C by deleting the the windows system files only. While doing so keep the internet on and immediately after the basic version of the OS is installed and the m/c boots-up for the first time, go to the official website and download the latest drivers for every component like toch-pad, keypad, display, audio, etc.(i.e. almost all the drivers)
if you take a hard look at your laptop you'll probably find a key that to disable keyboard that with fn will do it
what type of laptop and model
also check in control panel mouse then device settings see if you disabled in there
Found a nice solution at another website: switch off the pc, unplug the power supply cable AND remove battery. Press "on" switch for 20 seconds. Now re-install battery, plug back power supply cable, and switch on. Worked for me (what exactly worked for me I don't know but hey)