After a heatup my laptop doesnt have the keyboard, mouse, usb and cardreader at the moment than i power up till finish the bootup. i can't do anything to make work, because that. Even if i try to install o recover windows is no way because my mouse, keyboard dont work at any time. I cange the cpu chip it does the same thing
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USB interrups conflicts, this is a motherboard issue, you should try to connect kb and mouse to other rear USB connectors. Give more details on your system, what OS ? what PC ? what motherboard chipset ?
This is an very new model of addon card for which there is no driver in the Express Gate - which is just a stripped down Slackware Linux operating system - so the system ignores it and everything plugged into it. Since adding a Linux driver (which doesn't even exist at this moment according to the manufacturer) to an embedded OS like that is extremely difficult you should just connect your keyboard and mouse in another onboard USB socket - if necessary use a $5 hub which you can buy at Walmart.
it may be if ur usb cable not good or ur card reader, if u use cardreader for reading ur data. if it plz change ur cable or card reader. and any way when u connect ur mobile with pc then show some configre 2 ur mobile. then select from that usb settings.
Windows XP Professional doesnt require USB Drivers, these Driver built in Windows XP professional or there already present in ur system..........
so go ahead connect anything to ur usb port(like digital camera, mouse, pen dirve, flash driver , memory card reader,..portable harddisk , digital cameras)
when u insert any of the component(for eg: pen drive) in to the usb port OS will automatically detected these devices and install USB Drivers.... dont worry... about this and be rest assured....OS will do the work for u...............
To turn off the touchpad when an external mouse or other pointing device is present, you can goto the Control Panel and double click the Mouse properties icon.
Click the Device Select tab and check "Disable Touch Pad when USB Pointing Device is present." The cursor will no longer move via the touchpad.
Alternatively, you can permanently disable the touchpad of your laptop by clicking the "Disable Device" in the Touch Pad setting. Advanced users can disable the touchpad from the BIOS setup [press F2 when the computer is booting to enter BIOS settings]
For extra USB ports, purchase a USB hub($15 -$20). That way you can add at least 4 USB ports to your laptop. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
My guess is either the cardreader or its driver is outdated. Search for the latest driver for this reader, as well as others with a similar problem as your, on the internet. The reader itself may also be hardware defective.
You can get a very good, but dated, laptop with USBs on ebay at a good price. The other alternative, if you have a dated laptop, then you can get a PCMCIA Card-to-USB converter card for your computer at a low price on either ebay or Amazon. Amazon sells used product too.
Yeah, I was kind of confused about this too. Apparently, on the base of
the mouse, there is a red reset button. Press it, while
simultaneously pressing the black reset button on the base of the USB-connected charger. The laser light should become steady after a moment,
indicating that the mouse is in sync with the laptop. If the laser is
blinking, however, then the mouse is attempting to become synced. You
may have to press the reset button multiple times. Hope this helps.