Then after a XP reboot all should be fine - device manager should now show the keyboard driver and this device is working properly, so no more error codes, and normal until I log off again.. Caution - take care when editing registry as serious problems can be caused by deleting data here - best to make a backup first before performing any changes. My old keyboard was a USB, and figuring the keyboard was faulty I threw it out and I was able to use the one that came with my Xmas Computer. (Mom weblink
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Nope no mouse no keyboard hole to plug these things into. I bought a plug and play usb keyboard and it didn't work. Copyright © 2006-2016 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved
At the very least I would want to slipstream an SP2 disk. If the Use shortcut check box in the Settings for FilterKeys dialog box is selected, you can turn FilterKeys on or off by holding down the right SHIFT key for 8 To close the box, select OK. unless there is some type of new keyboard i have never heard of that stores massive amounts of DATA.....
rebooted but still they aren't working. The error (#39) explains that Windows was unable to load the drivers, because they are corrupted or missing. You can use *********************** dir *********************** to view what RP folders are available. Keyboard Not Working Windows 10 Up next keyboard failure on boot fix - Duration: 4:16.
But on to the matter at hand, the keyboard stopped working suddenly after startup. Desktop Keyboard Not Working You may need to Take Ownership of the files when you do that--the authoritative article on that process in Windows XP is here. Note A message box with a link to more information about the On-Screen Keyboard may appear. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/287091-45-keyboard-mouse-stops-working-login-screen-boot-bios-work I don't think that's an option here.
My keyboard is a PS2 keyboard, but I also tried using a USB keyboard from another PC and that didn't work either. Some Keys On Keyboard Not Working MrTechJunk SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe2929 Loading... nope. I have a similar problem, BUT only after I removed the ATI AGP video Card, and installed a nVidia 64MB AGP card - then allowed Windows XP to update.
sounds like they where playing with it and heard someone coming , and turnd it off via power supply lol, buggers :) good luck mark. check over here But I do have the Windows XP CD. Windows Xp Keyboard And Mouse Not Working It gives me an error code 38 still...and the keyboard dies right after the windows start upscreen. Keyboard Not Working Windows 7 They are named rpX, where X is a number.
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/892740 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? have a peek at these guys Linux Live CD types. 1 outlaw1982 9 Years Ago i had the same problem i thought it was a usb port problem it turns out some keyboards dont like usb2.0 so Thinking it was a … Core 2 Duo T5870 and windows xp 32 bit?? 7 replies I have a compaq 510 notebook PC which has intel core 2 duo t5870 processor A missing registry key caused by an uninstall can cause what you're seeing---did you uninstall any applications just before you the issue started to occur? Keyboard Not Working On Laptop
This works fine (even simultaneously with the trackball), but whenever you reboot the system, you get a system stop, and the only thing to fix it is to go back to And all options for USB and keyboard are enabled in the BIOS ? I uninstalled a program called "FasterFox", which is a "typing expander" that I never used. http://pixelzs.com/keyboard-not/keyboard-not-working-right.html The Hound, Jan 11, 2010 #10 TheOutcaste Joined: Aug 7, 2007 Messages: 9,028 nick77777 said: ↑ I found the solution here for anyone who has this problem in the future. 1.
Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Keyboard Not Typing Letters You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. If you use the procedure that is described in this article, you may not be able to log back into the recovery console to restore the original registry hives.Click to expand...
but as far as logging on when safe mode comes up, im still in the same boat. now i should try updating keyboard drivers huggie54, Jan 10, 2010 #6 nick77777 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 10, 2010 Messages: 5 huggie54 said: ↑ hiya buddy try using on screen It's the same issue that MS warns about here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545 Warning Do not use the procedure that is described in this article if your computer has an OEM-installed operating system. Keyboard Not Working Windows 8 I have this EXACT problem!
Thanks guys I didnt have to do that. 0 savedlema 17 2 Years Ago That's great Anthony! Login now. Overwrite: Y nick77777, Jan 11, 2010 #9 The Hound Joined: May 27, 2007 Messages: 3,235 Good work! ---that's replacing the entire system hive of your registry (which was probably goofed this content If you can access Safe Mode, you are in Windows.
So...my suggestion is to try using keyboards with a ps/2 connection or get a connector that changes the usb to a PS/2. Kensington software). Solved. - Duration: 4:18. I just left all the fields blank and clicked on save changes** Once you are logged in as administrator run a system restore to a point where your computer was working
Some of these are guarranteed wrong, because I want to taunt out the correct answer. Replace Missing HP OEM Windows XP and Vista Install Media   11 Replies Mace OP Rockn May 6, 2013 at 11:51 UTC USB or PS2 style keyboard?