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Keyboard and mice not working

If I do a complete recovery from backup It will work for serval weeks

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  • FarmerBrown2 Jan 24, 2009

    yes

  • byazzie May 11, 2010

    so what your saying is when you do complete recovery from your previous backups you have that keyboard and mice work untill few weeks?

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Install driver or install mother driver properly.

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Factory reset


Do not rename the backup folder created by Samsung Recovery Solution or change the directory structure in the backup. If the name or structure has changed SRS will not see your recovery point when you attempt to perform a restore.

This restores the PC to the condition it was in when the Complete Backup was made. If a Complete Backup was never made, this can still be used to restore the PC to its initial status. (Out of the Box condition)

Warning: A Complete restore erases all current files, settings, programs and other data and replaces them with the files, settings, programs and other data contained in the Complete Backup. In other words, it restores your computer to the way it was when you made the Complete Backup. Also, note that any programs installed after the Complete Backup will still need to be reinstalled.

Important:

  • If you have data that you need to save, create a Data Backup before performing a Complete Restore. With Data Backup you can save your files to an external device and then use Data Restore to load those files back onto the PC.
  • If the computer powers on, but Windows does not load, press the F4 Key at the Samsung logo when you first power on the computer; and then go to step 2.
  • If the Samsung Recovery partition has been removed from your PC, your notebook will need to be sent to the service center for reimaging.

To perform a Complete Restore, follow these steps:

  1. Open Samsung Recovery Solution 5.
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  1. Once Samsung Recovery Solution 5 loads, click Restore. The Restore dialog appears.
  2. Click Complete Restore. The Restore > Complete Restore dialog appears.
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  1. On the Restore > Complete Restore dialog, there is list of backups created using Complete Backup and the expected time needed to perform a restore with each backup. If no backups have been created then the Computer Initial Status backup is the only item listed. Click the backup you would like to use for this restore, and then click Next.
  2. Important: Make sure you have power connected to the PC. If power is lost during a restore, you need to start the process again from the beginning.

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  1. Samsung Recovery Solution 5 prompts you to restart the computer to continue. Click OK to restart the computer.
  2. Warning: If you have data on drive C that you do not want to lose, stop now and perform a Data Backup.

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  1. The computer restarts and Samsung Recovery Solution 5 prompts you to click Yes to Delete all data on drive C. Click yes to proceed.
  2. A progress bar appears showing the current transfer speed, the amount of data copied, elapsed time and estimated total time to completion.
  3. After the Complete Restore is complete, Samsung Recovery Solution 5 prompts you to restart your computer. Click OK to restart.
  4. After you restart your computer, the restore process is complete.
  5. Note: You will need to perform an additional restart for Windows to apply its changes.

Nov 22, 2013 | Samsung R519-53S Notebook

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How to perform a Sony VAIO System Restore


NOTE: A recovery also can be performed using recovery discs.
  1. Close all open programs and turn off the computer.
  2. Disconnect all network connections.
  3. Disconnect all peripheral devices.
  4. Turn on the computer.
  5. When the VAIO screen is displayed, press the F8 key.
  6. At the Advanced Boot Options screen, ensure Repair Your Computer is selected and press the ENTER key.
  7. In the System Recovery Options window, under Select a keyboard layout: , click the Next button.
  8. Under To access recovery options , next to User name: , click the down arrow , and click to select an account with Administrator rights.
  9. Next to Password: , type the appropriate password for this account.
  10. Click the OK button.
  11. Under Choose a recovery tool , click to select the desired option: NOTES:
    • The Startup Repair option can automatically resolve certain issues that can prevent the operating system from starting.
    • System Restore can return the computer to a previous configuration of the operating system when it was working properly.
    • Windows Complete PC Restore will restore a previous backup of the computer created using the Windows Backup and Restore Center .
    • The Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool can determine if any problems being experienced are caused by issues with the computer's memory.
    • The option to open a Command Prompt can be used by advanced users and technical support personnel to perform troubleshooting on the hard drive or the operating system.
    • Clicking VAIO Recovery Center will launch VAIO Recovery Center from the Recovery Disc.

on Feb 11, 2010 | PC Laptops

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Keyboard not working


Best option would be to re-install. Sorry! Find your recovery disk and backup what you can!

Jan 24, 2013 | Toshiba PC Laptops

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Both my keyboard and touchpad are not working. What do I do?


Did you try a system restore to bring the computer back in time before this happened? you mentioned recovery, did you do a full recovery of windows ? "fresh install" If you have a backup disc the hard drive needs to be completely reformated before the backup disc is used, because it looks like a virus got into your system, run a deep or full scan to find out, go to www.download.com Type: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware run a full scan to see what it finds, "free software"

Apr 15, 2012 | Sony VAIO VPCEB42FX/BJ Notebook

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Recovery management never complete


A little late, but perhaps useful to others with similar problems. Did you have all peripherals disconnected (except mouse, keyboard and monitor)?
We had similar problems when trying to downgrade a Packard Bell PC from Windows 8 to Windows 7 (keeping a backup of all settings). We got stuck at 99% for hours, and we ended up downgrading including a reset of the settings (the other remaining option was completely reformatting the HDD). This recovery worked, but subsequently the PC would not fully boot Windows 7: it got stuck in an everlasting cycle of booting-rebooting.
It later turned out that a Netgear Wifi dongle had been connected throughout. When this was disconnected, Windows 7 booted normally... This may have been the reason for the recovery stall at 99% as well.

Mar 04, 2012 | Packard Bell PC Laptops

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I am experiencing the following problems with my Dell XPS M1330 Running Windows Vista: 1. Problem #1 – My system clock is always incorrect. I will readjust my system clock to the correct time, but...


The best way to fix the issue is to perform System Recovery. I recommend you to take the backup of your data as recovery will erase the complete data. You can restore the backup data after performing recovery.
Visit the below link for more information on how to perform recovery
http://notebook-solutions.blogspot.com/2009/06/performing-system-recovery-in-vista.html

Aug 20, 2010 | Dell XPS M1330 Notebook

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MY OS AND BIOS SYSTEM DOESNT WORK I CAN GET INTO IT BUT CANT CHANGE ANYTHING.HOW CAN I RESTORE SYSTEM TO FACTORY SETTINGS?Also when i try to start it and push a button its starts beeping like a key is...


To restore the system, use the following steps:

Turn on the system and repeatedly tap F8 key.

On the Advanced Boot Options screen, use the arrow keys to select Repair your Computer, and then press ENTER.


In the System Recovery Options dialog box, select the appropriate keyboard layout, and then click Next.


In the System Recovery Options dialog box, select the user account that has Administrator rights, and then click OK.


In the System Recovery Options window, select Recovery Manager.

In the Gateway Recovery Center window, click Next.

In the Gateway system recovery window, select Recovery with automatic data backup.


In the Recovery with automatic data backup window, select Yes, and then click Next.


In the Recovery is complete window, click Finish.

In the System Recovery Options window, select Restart.




Mar 10, 2010 | Gateway M-1625 Notebook

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WINDOWS WILL NOT START - CANNOT START IS SAFE MODE OR ANY OTHER


OK try doing this below.
NOTE: A recovery also can be performed using recovery discs.
  1. Close all open programs and turn off the computer.
  2. Disconnect all network connections.
  3. Disconnect all peripheral devices.
  4. Turn on the computer.
  5. When the VAIO screen is displayed, press the F8 key.
  6. At the Advanced Boot Options screen, ensure Repair Your Computer is selected and press the ENTER key.
  7. In the System Recovery Options window, under Select a keyboard layout: , click the Next button.
  8. Under To access recovery options , next to User name: , click the down arrow , and click to select an account with Administrator rights.
  9. Next to Password: , type the appropriate password for this account.
  10. Click the OK button.
  11. Under Choose a recovery tool , click to select the desired option: NOTES:
    • The Startup Repair option can automatically resolve certain issues that can prevent the operating system from starting.
    • System Restore can return the computer to a previous configuration of the operating system when it was working properly.
    • Windows Complete PC Restore will restore a previous backup of the computer created using the Windows Backup and Restore Center .
    • The Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool can determine if any problems being experienced are caused by issues with the computer's memory.
    • The option to open a Command Prompt can be used by advanced users and technical support personnel to perform troubleshooting on the hard drive or the operating system.
    • Clicking VAIO Recovery Center will launch VAIO Recovery Center from the Recovery Disc.

You will have to use a Windows DVD and boot on it, try a "Repair" install, If this doesn't "Take" then you will have to do a complete reinstall.

Feb 11, 2010 | Sony VAIO Notebook

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I cant get my gateway mt3705 to format,only three options setup available for boot menu,boot seq,setup and psx boot menu..no recovery disc either what do i do?


To delete everything on your hard drive and re-install all factory software: 1 If you can still run Windows: a Click Start, All Programs, Gateway Recovery Center, then click Gateway Recovery Center. The Gateway Recovery Center opens. b Click Recovery, then click Next. Your computer restarts. - OR - 2 If you cannot run Windows: a Turn on or restart your computer. b While the computer is starting up, repeatedly press F8 until the Recovery Options screen opens. If Windows starts to load instead, restart the computer and try again. 3 Press the arrow keys on your keyboard to select Repair Your Computer, then press ENTER. Gateway System Recovery starts, and the System Recovery Options dialog box opens. 4 Select a language and keyboard layout, then click Next. 5 Click the User name box to select a Windows user account, click in the Password box and type the user account’s password (if any), then click Next. The System Recovery Options menu opens. 6 Click Restore Application. The Welcome to Gateway System Recovery window opens. 7 Click Next. 8 To perform a recovery with data backup (recommended), click Recovery with automatic data backup, then click Next. Important Before your hard drive is recovered, your personal files will be automatically backed up to c:\backup. - OR - To perform a full factory recovery without data backup, click Full factory recovery, then click Next. Caution Continuing with the full factory recovery will delete everything on your hard drive. Make sure that you have backed up any important files you want to save. 9 Click Yes, then click Next. The Factory image recovery window opens, which shows you the progress of the system recovery. When recovery is finished, the Recovery is complete window opens. 10 Click Finish, then click Restart. Your computer restarts in its original factory condition. You still need to reinstall any software that was not pre-installed on your computer. If you selected Recovery with automatic data backup in Step 8, you can find your backed up files in c:\backup.

Sep 01, 2009 | Gateway MT3705 Notebook

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My Acer laptop's key board and mouse does not work!


I have the same problem. I do a complete recovery from backup it works for serval weeks has done it three times each time backup fixed.

Jan 02, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5100 Notebook

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