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Good day!Did you check the remote USB connector?try detaching it from the port inserted and reinsert it in other USB port and see if it works.,change the batteries with new one if you have..then reconnect all..
A lot depends on where the keyboard and mouse are plugged in. I have seen in the past that the USB in the back works better than the front.
Are these the original keyboard and mouse? If not, use the original until after Windows loads the desktop.
Ok, try this in the steps ordered 1 remove the receiver from the USB port 2 remove the battery from the mouse 3 turn on the pc 4 after everything is loaded on the pc, plug the mouse receiver into the USB port 5 put the battery back in to the mouse and let it "find" the receiver. If these steps don't work, try doing the steps and use a different USB port. If that doesn't work try a different battery in the mouse. If none of this works and the receiver hasn't been bent (happens allot in laptops), then it sounds like your mouse took a dump.
This is actually a problem with USB Keyboards, Make sure that your BIOS is set to boot with USB making USB part of the boot sequence as opposed to an OS driver driven function, and if possible use the USB 1 port and not the USB 2 port. USB 2 is more suited for Hard drives. and why use all of your USB bandwidth for your key board.
Try disconnecting the Mouse Receiver from the
USB port and reinstall the CD software program. When
the program asks you to connect the MouseReceiver to the USB
port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
Well this problem has nothing to do with your Operating System. This has everything to do with your System Bios.
Basically, the first thing you need to determine is "Is it USB or PS2?"
If it's USB: 1) Is it installed in a USB Hub? It might not have enough power, try a different USB port. 2) Go into the system bios. Look for an option that says "Enable USB Support" make sure it's enabled.
If it's PS2: 1) The connection might be lose, turn the computer off, unplug it, plug it back in. 2) Try a different PS2 Keyboard, same problem? Your PS2 ports are failing, buy a USB Keyboard.