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Keyboard and Touchpad not working

My keyboard and touchpad are not working. They might work for a minute or two after reboot, but then die. Does this sound like a PS/2 problem on the board or bios? How do I fix?

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  • teddhead Mar 22, 2009

    My Acer Aspire 3003LCI touchpad is malfunctioning also, Windows XP loads, but touchpad will not move arrow to click name to begin.

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When the batteries on that laptop no longer hold a charge it will cause teh problem you indicated. Remove the battery and restart from the AC power to check. If that fixes the problem you need to go into the devive manager and turn off the Microsoft battery manager. This will allow you to reinstall the battery without the problem.

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Sounds like the wrong drivers..... If the mouse/touchpad work until the windows splash screen and desktop come up, then you have the incorrect drivers, windows will boot up using the default supplied drivers, which is why they work when you innitially turn on the computer..
Try possibly booting to "last known good configuration" to correct the drivers

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