Question about Asrock Z68 PRO3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68 HDMI SATA 6Gbs USB 30 ATX Intel Motherboard
A week ago started to loose USB ports, used for wireless keyboard and mouse. All USB ports have now stopped working, this also now includes the HDMI and DVI output. With no screen I have no way of finding out whats happening.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: vga problem
There is a problem with your VGA internaly, try to buy a VGA card to replace it. And your mouse not might work beacuse of your BIOS
(Basic Input Output System).
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
SOURCE: ASRock K7VM4
In addition to advice from Solution 1 the MB I had was same as yours. Turned on computer and all I had was a spinning CPU fan and power supply fan, nothing else. Turned out to be the ram slots not making contact. Try swapping ram to unused bank or cleaning contacts on plugs with Micro-scrub and or electronic cleaner (Iso Pro). I used very fine waterpaper, then a vacume and then ISO Pro spray to clean cause I can never find the Microscrub when I need it. Make sure all is dry before reinstalling and power up.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
Are the mouse and Keyboard USB varieties? If so, then try plugging in a PS/2 mouse and keyboard and boot the machine up. You can then check your system hardware settings in control panel and reinstall the USB drivers. This would be my first step in solving the problem. If you need any more help then just ask
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Try temporarily connecting a standard keyboard. If it now boots up o.k., the OS should write the prescence of the wireless device to BIOS and you should be able to boot up with your wireless devices only.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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.
Posted on May 24, 2010
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