Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
Lets try this. Unplug all of your USB devices from the computer (if keyboard and mouse are USB leave them in). Turn the PC off completely. Give it about 30 seconds and turn the PC back on. Once you are completely in windows, plug one of your USB devices back in. Does Windows inidcate that you plugged something in? Does it recognize what it is? If it does recognize the device, then plug your other items in one at a time - waiting till each item is completely recognized before plugging in the next one. Let me know how you do.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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