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When you turn it on, do you see a message to press F2 (or some other key) to enter setup? If so, go into that and change the settings to default, and save and exit. See if that doesn't help things along. If not, Windows XP can sometimes 'hiccup' on some hardware problems during installations. If it doesn't like what's happening with certain hardware, it will fail, or freeze.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: acer notebook 3002
I would try plugging an external keyboard or mouse in to see if that works. If it does, either the keyboard/mouse (2 in 1 on laptops) drivers are invalid in which case you can go to http://support.acer.com and download the keyboard/mouse drivers and/or utility. Otherwise, most likely the keyboard/mouse hardware is the porblem. In which case either the cable connecting it to the rest of the laptop is loose or more likely the entire keyboard/mouse device is fried. I suggest contacting the manufacturer (Acer) and if your laptop is still under warranty get them to replace it; if not buy it. -The Tech Guy
Posted on Apr 15, 2007
Location off viruses is on SYSTEM RECOVERY and it can't be cleaned.It's just one way:
If u can change the PIN off HDD.It can do just programmer!
So my solution is just buy new hdd
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
Just resolved same problem on Acer Aspire 5000 by removing the battery, then goto device manager and disable "Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery" you can then put your existing battery back into the latop with any problems with the keyboard and touchpad. Mad solution I know but it worked for me
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
I found it!!!>>>
Just go to Toshiba support web site Download the Storage Manager Driver for XP 32 then have an External floppy drive with formatted Disk ,install the drivers Files in the floppy connect the floppy drive put the XP sys CD Boot from the CD as in Solution #1 or by press on F12 tell choices boot screen popup select the CD then after that when the third party appear press F6 to chose the Driver for HDD to get recognized by the system. J
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
As I understand your keyboard is now working and your usb mouse. But the touchpad does not work.
Have you or someone opened up your laptop recently? If so it is possible the touchpad was not connected properly.
Can you please post the exact name of your laptop. I'll see what else I can figure out for you.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
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