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and sure that is hardwere problem this will return to
2- hd cable ( data - bower)
3- take off cd drive from motherboard
4- take off kb ,mouse usb cable
just power and mb and hd and turn on if need kb connect entry then tak off again
if the problem resolved plug one deviece and turn on and try and continue as that you will find the deviecc that cause this problem.
if you see that is helpeful plz vote me
The USB controller driver for Windows XP is a Native XP driver. If you have a problem with it, boot to the safe mode, go to device manager, remove the controller from list, make sure all USB devices are disconnected (Keyboard and Mouse excepted) reboot and let the controller re-detect.
If that doesn't work, then try a repair install of XP
If it is a USB then it should work with any keyboard and mouse. When you say it shuts off after XP loading screen, does the machine power off? have you tried unplugging the mouse and keybaord and let Windows load?
Does the system respond to boot keys (F2, F12) when the DELL logo appears? If so the problem is with Windows drivers and probably can be resolved by reinstalling or rolling back the drivers, but how? Do you have access to another keyboard? Does the system have PS/2 ports? Do you have access to a PS/2 keyboard or adapter? If boot keys work, you could also choose F8 for Last Known Good Config (XP) or System Restore (Vista).
Have you tried different ports (front if using back or visa-versa)? Try using just keyboard or mouse to see if one has somehow shorted. Also check the ports for any sign of damage.
have you tried it in a different usb port. or are all the ports not working. Because Dell usb ports have drivers and if the drivers don't work then neither is your keyboard and mouse Go here and use the 6th one down