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Re: O/I Ports and Ps2
At this stage, I would take the motherboard out of the case completely and rebuild the machine paying attention to the screw holes and marking them on the motherboard correctly in case if you didn't do so originally.
I can't really think of anything else except it being a bad motheboard!
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some older computers don't load usb devices until after windows is booted and in such instances usually a traditional ps2 mouse and keyboard (green and purple plugs respectively) are the best option to enter the bios or boot from cd/dvd
First look usb or pst driver is stall or not. if install your port may be damage or shourt. then check usinge y- cable. where one side usb port and another side we get ps2and usb. then we use mouse and key board once atime.. . ithink u solvev your problem. if not .there is another way . you can add usb card in *********** bord . Which help you to operate usb key board and mouse once time. thanks
is your mouse and keyboard plugged into a PS2 connector http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ps-2-ports.jpg look inside of your case and see if any capacitors are buldging on your motherboard the tops of the capacitors should be level/flat if they're ok, sounds like they are going, look for brown rusty color also around tops of capacitors, might be your outputs are going. If you have your mouse and keyboard plugged into ps2 ports try a USB Mouse and keyboard, borrow one first or buy a usb laser mouse for $12 worth a try even if your ps2 ports are blown, use the usb ports for mouse/keys ;)
If you are currently, working on PS2 mouse port which is the error occurred as stated in your problem. Try to used other PS2 mouse which working on the other pc maybe there was a short circuit on your old mouse. If the problem persist, You can use the alternative way by using USB port to plug your optical mouse.
Try to look for ps2 to usb port converter in the computer stores maybe you can still used your old mouse.