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Msi m7658 new board new cpu new csu keyboard and usb wont work

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You must install drivers and if you talk about the front panel USB look at USB header on your motherboard
I can't found your motherboard anywhere, try to be more precise please

Posted on Nov 29, 2012

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sorry mate, you're talking about microwelding/soddering with resistors. You aren't going to find anyone who can reconnect that with out damaging the board. Just buy a new motherboard.

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SOURCE: Mouse & keyboard not working

You're "stuck" -- if the circuitry for the PS/2 keyboard and mouse is not working, and if it does not recognize a USB keyboard, the motherboard must be replaced (by an identical moetherboard, if you can find one, or a "newer/better" motherboard that takes the same CPU and RAM as your current motherboard).

Posted on Jul 30, 2010

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http://www.asus.com/Motherboard/P5QLCM/#support_CPU

Here is the msi site:

http://www.msi.com/product/mb/B75MA-P45.html#/?div=Basic

Your current cpu will not fit on the msi board, because it is a different socket.

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You have to buy a new cpu for the msi board, to make it work.

Here is the cpu list:

http://www.msi.com/product/mb/B75MA-P45.html#/?div=CPUSupport

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If the motherboard used to work with the old cpu and power supply, but does not with the new cpu and power supply, then probably the cpu or power supply is bad.
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If the power supply went bad, it could have overloaded the mother board as well as the old cpu.
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Mouse & keyboard not working


You're "stuck" -- if the circuitry for the PS/2 keyboard and mouse is not working, and if it does not recognize a USB keyboard, the motherboard must be replaced (by an identical moetherboard, if you can find one, or a "newer/better" motherboard that takes the same CPU and RAM as your current motherboard).

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I have msi 845 ultra-c mb.keyboard and mouse ps/2 and beside the mouse usb not work.


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key board,mouse,usb are all not work.

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