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Restart the computer and HOLD the keys CTRL or FN +f2 or ESC and enter the BIOS setup and select "restore factory default"
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I have a Dell PC and I unplugged the mouse and the keyboard temporarily to clean it. When I plugged them both back into the tower and turned on the computer, neither one worked. I tried to restart, shut...


To try to resolve the issue:
1.) Will a different keyboard and mouse work (PS2 is the name of these connections)
If they will, damage to the keyboard and mouse is likely)
2.) Will a usb mouse and keyboard work?
If they do, then the problem is with the controller on the mobo, unlikley but MAY have been casued by static.

If the USB keyboard and mouse do not work, you have some problems with the motherboard

Try switching off and unplugging the computer, remove the coin shaped BIOS battery and plug in the keyboard and mouse, wait 2 minutes or so and put the battery back, replug in and power on, see if the bios detects the keyboard and mouse (you will see the bios screen flash up a message). If the computer does nOT detect the keyboard and mouse it will (or should) flash a message on the screen saying "no PS2 keyboard or mouse detected".

If this fails to detect the mouse and keyboard and you get no message or beeps, then there may be damage to the connector ports.

If you can get a USB keyboard and mouse to work, use them, Effecting a repair to the motherboard will not be a viable option

Jan 25, 2011 | Dell Dimension XPS 400 PC Desktop

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My Trust wireless keyboard and optical mouse will not install when I start my computer


Be sure that you have new batteries installed in the keyboard and the mouse.

After booting up into windows, plug them back in and see if windows detects them, if it does detect them it should install the drivers for the mouse and keyboard. If it doesn't then go here and download the drivers for it:

http://www.trust.com/products/productdrivers.aspx?artnr=14627

If after downloading and installing the drivers the mouse or/and keyboard still doesn't work, hit the connect button on the receiver for the keyboard and mouse. Then hit the connect button on the keybyoard and mouse.

This will make sure that both the keyboard and mouse synch with one another. If they still won't work after all these steps then you know for sure that either the keyboard and/or mouse are definitely bad and would need to be replaced.

Jan 11, 2010 | Trust Wireless 11676 Keyboard

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Hi, the CS62U is connected with an HP8750 (win2000) and a MSI WIND NETTOP 120 (win XP home). It works perfectly with the HP desktop but the mouse is not responding anymore.


Try this:
1. Disconnect your HP computer, so that only the MSI Wind is connected.
2. On the keyboard, hit [Numlock]+[-] then press [A] (this will auto-search for the computer that's connected, and connect both keyboard and mouse to that port).

Give XP a minute to detect new hardware. If XP does not detect the mouse, try plugging the mouse into a port directly on your netbook. If XP still does not detect the mouse, it's XP that's not detecting your mouse properly, not the kvm switch. :) If it does detect it, you should be able to then plug it back into your kvm switch and it should work at that point.
Note: if you get stuck with lights flashing on your keyboard, just hit [Esc] on the keyboard. That will reset the KVM switch.
Hope this helps!

Sep 24, 2009 | Altusen Aten CS62U-2 Port USB KVM Switch

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I want to turn off my touch mouse on my laptap keybord.


there is a key on your laptop keyboard marked "Fn". and u will see a blue color like touch pad marked key in the top of or keyboard. press Fn key and this marked key simulaniously.mean both key should be pressed at a time. u can do it by pressng Fn key and that marked key generly f3 or f7 depends on manufacturer.

Aug 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My biuilt-in keypad mouse (navigator) not working


If it's just turned off, all you need to do is press the FN key and the F7 key at the same time.
If it more than this please post back.


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May 17, 2009 | Acer Aspire 4720 Notebook

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When I restart my computer It does not detect the keyboard/mouse


Sometimes, USB Keyboard and USB Mouse give such problems. Try using conventional (PS/2) Keyboard and Mouse.

Mar 29, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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EHCI controller not detected


try installing the software drivers for keyboard and mouse.....then see whether keyboard and mouse is working...if the problem persists.....then the problem is in motherboard.....that you have to give it to repair shop....so that you can identify the problem.....i am a software engineer.....and i have experience in these areas....thats why suggesting you this idea....try this....it will work 100%.....

Sep 20, 2008 | ASUS P5SD2-X Motherboard

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Re: wireless mouse and keyboard; mouse not detected


I bought the same combo from a parts house. The guy told me the mouse didn't work but didn't know why. I had the same problem. When I inspected the mouse closely, I found that the connect button on the bottom of the mouse had stuck underneath the housing...basically in the "connect position". When I freed it, the mouse worked and still works just fine. Hope this helps

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