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Drivers for USB keyboard/mouse keep wanting to load after reboot

I have a Lenovo, everytime I plug in a mouse/keyboard into the USB port it asks to load the drivers. After you load the drivers the next time you restart, it asks you to load the drivers again. If you plug it into a different USB port it tries to load the drivers.

We have Windows XP PRO SP2, this is on the Lenovo R61 laptop.

The drivers are already part of Windows XP so it should not keep wanting to load them everytime you restart the computer. The BIOS settings are fine and is up-to-date.

Any ideas or suggestions would be helpful. I've searched alot of forms and I have not seen anyone who had this issue.

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    I tried that and it did not resolve the issue.

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Yes reinstall windows xp and a good antivirus and never update windows again. so take down that automatic updates stuff...

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