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Keyboard and Mouse not responding after CMOS Battery replacement.

Resolved a CMOS Check Sum error, Replaced Battery hit F1 and F11 for recovery now It will boot up to windows logon; however does not reconize Keyboard or Mouse.

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  • Jmt_tech07 Apr 30, 2008

    Still the computer will not respond to the fuction keys, F2-F10-F5- aor F-8

  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2008

    upon boot up the function keys are not responding. Example hit F2 for BIOS setup does not respond continues to boot into windows yet the Keyborad or Mouse does not work.

  • girishjegana Nov 23, 2008

    yea i hav dis same pblm

  • melanieharri Feb 14, 2009

    my keyboard or mouse won't respond I bought several mouses and none work. hit keys on keyboard and none work can someone help me? Melanie

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You may have to reset (turn on) those devices in the CMOS setup.
Typically, you can access that menu by holding down either F5 or F8 (not always the same) and then turning the power on.
One of these should bring up a simple menu with 8-10 choices.
Depending on the BIOS used, setting input/output devices may be semiautomatic or manual.

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

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2) The capacitor near by the ports might have dead so due to that you might not get the power supply to the ports in the motherboard ..

if the capacitor is dead then you must visit the motherboard technician and get it replaced ..

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