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Re: HP Pavilion zv6000
if you would please try this power down the computer and reboot and press the del key as it starts up this should bring you into the bios screen now go down and ensure that the plug and play is enabled now go to the perephial section and look for the usb and make sue that it is enabled save and exit and reboot once you reboot see if the computer recognises the usb devices you are installing best regards mike
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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
if you are sure that your mouse and keboard are in good condittion and it is all ps2 port type the problem maybe the system driver for keyboard and mouse of your operating system, please get an extra usb port type keyboard and mouse and plugged it in to your pc and power it on the usb type keyboard and mouse may refresh the system driver and may read again your ps2 type keyboard and mouse.
The error you are getting is the USB port driver. I suggest disconnecting ALL of the items you have connected to ALL of the USB ports and rebooting. If the computer reboots normally, go back and install ONE and ONLY one USB device. Restart your machine. If it boots OK, shut down, remove that device and connect another one, restart again. Do this for EACH of the USB devices until you find one that causes the computer to boot slowly and/or generates the error message. That one is the culprit and needs to be repaired before reattaching to your system.
If, however, after removing all of the USB devices initially and rebooting, you still get the error message, then you have a USB driver problem. You will need to remove the USB driver and reinstall from a known good location (like HP's website) to fix the driver problem.
Go to Printers . Put curser over the Printer icon . Press Right button on mouse . Go to bottom of meue PROPERTIES> when open at top menue selct ports. Configure port. other approach deleat printer and reinstall new printer. during set up will ask what port. USB sometimes uses virtual printing Ports. Another aproach is if USB ..Just pull cable from computer and stick in some other USB port forcing computer to reload driver to that port.
If you are plugging a USB device into a different port it takes some time to recognize and install it - it re-installs for every port. There could be cable and/or port issues as well. Plug the printer into a USB port that the mouse does work on and allow several minutes for it to detect install it.
I am sure it came with USB ports, most design nowadays expect you to buy USB enabled printers.
So I advise you buy a USB - CENTRONICS or USB - SERIAL cable depending on the type of printer you have.
You will connect the USB end to your computer and the other end to your printer.
If your printer is fairly recent, you might even have a USB port on it, so check.