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No mouse or keyboard power

When I boot up the mouse (optical) does not power up and the mouse and keyboard are not recognized. The boot screen comes up and everything is fine except for that. Is there a jumper or power connection issue?

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Re: No mouse or keyboard power

Assuming your mouse and keyboard to be wireless, and you have installed the driver disc, the sensor unit may need to be tried in a different usb port as the irq of the port may not be correct to drive the mouse and keyboard. If they are wired then check that they are in the correct sockets, and if they are then there must be a motherboard fault as the drivers are generic and should be laoded automatically.

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Re: No mouse or keyboard power

There might be. Try the Keyboard and mouse on another computer and see if they work. By the way, are they wireless?

Posted on Apr 17, 2007

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