After installing motherboard disc Keyboard and Mouse don’t work

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After installing operating system Windows XP Service Pack 2, I entered my motherboard disk. I install all drivers and necessary software from that disk. After restarting, I cannot access my keyboard and mouse. My keyboard and mouse is connecting motherboard via USB port. But after XP is installed it is working properly.

Where is the problem? How can I solve this problem?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #112096

After installing motherboard disc Keyboard and Mouse don’t work

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First of all check if you have connected the two hardwares into the correct ports. If not then change the ports and they will work

If this restart the machine and check if they are working

If still they are not working then 

  • Click START
  • Then click RUN
  • Type in the box "dxdiag" this will bring you all the information you need about your computer
  • Go to the manufacturers website and input the system model that you checked above. and then download the keyboard and mouse drivers
  • Install the downloaded drivers and your devices will work as good as new

The is the most problem solution for you and i hope it will help

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #112097

After installing motherboard disc Keyboard and Mouse don’t work

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Try restarting your computer again and make sure everything is connected properly. Check to see if your computer's keyboard and mouse works outside the operating system. Meaning to say try to login to the BIOS and see if the keyboard works. If it does, then the hardware is not faulty. I'm quite confident that it will though since the only change that occurred before the problem started was when you installed the motherboard disk. After doing a restart try and check if the keyboard and mouse does not work. If it still doesn't, then it's likely that one of the drivers installed via the motherboard disk corrupted your keyboard and mouse drivers. You can just do system restore to get it resolved. Then install the motherboard drivers again, this time pick each of them one by one so that if the problem happens again you'll know which driver caused it.

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