Question about Microsoft Basic Keyboard 1.0A PS/2 KEMIBA
I have tried multiple restarts, tried different usb ports. Last time I accidently dropped the keyboard (really) and then it worked. Im using Vista
A bad chip in the keyboard usually causes this problem. Replacing your keyboard with a new one is the thing to do
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Start by reinstalling the mouse with the software located for free direct download from hp.com
If it fails, then check to ensure your USB drivers are up to date, still fails, change the usb/ps2 port to a different one, still fails, then try a different mouse!
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