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click start control panel
administration tools computer management device manager scroll through all of
your devices if you see a yellow question or exclamation mark ? ! or a red X
you will need to update the drivers for this device right click select update
driver/reinstall driver you might have to expand your devices to see your com1 and com2 ports if you can see your usb
device but its not working sroll to Ports(Com&Ltd) right click to update
you computer came with a motherboard disk the drivers could be on it hope this helps
depends how your printer connect
if you realy are connecting an old serial printer com1 or com2 should be fine as long as you do not have a mouse or a modem on them ...
if USB any port is fine
if parralel printer you are only likely to have one...
1. If it is a wired mouse, please disconnection your mouse from the notebook and reconnect it in 10 seconds, if it doesnt work, try connecting it in other USB/PS2 port if available. If still it doesnt work, your mouse is faulty, try replacing it.
2. If its a wireless/cordless mouse, try replacing the batteries, this should work.
Try connecting one at a time, if you connect the mouse don't connect the keyboard, and if you connect the keyboard, don't connect the mouse, reboot each time and check which one is the culprit. One of the port or device must be creating the problem. Good luck.
hmmmm maybe you have a motherboard defect.... or try to change your mouse or keyboard with a new or borrow it from your friend then try it... if it has the same problem your motherboard is damaged.. ^^
the best solution is to get USB mouse since PS2 muuse is not working. and if you cloned the system yourself i suggest you take a look at the motherboar and youy will see a jumper labelled on the board PS2 keyboard and Mouse, place the jumper in the next pin. and try and see if it will work.
What I'd try is go into the BIOS setup, and set your serial port for COM1 IRQ4 (Interupt) and 3F8H (address), if these latter notations are listed. Often, you will see the serial port, parallel port, etc. set to Auto.
You may want to see if the PS2 port can be set to a specific Interupt and address also, just as long as the settings are not in use by another device.
These kind of problems can be hard to pinpoint, but hopefully the above will solve your issue.