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nick77777, Jan 10, 2010 #5 huggie54 Joined: Feb 17, 2008 Messages: 2,631 hiya buddy try using on screen keyboard On the Start menu: • Point to All Programs. • Point to Sign up for a new account or log in here: Forgot your password? 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 I had this problem a while back so I know the symptoms and that is probably what you're experiencing. http://pixelzs.com/keyboard-not/keyboard-not-working-windows.html

I just plugged my laptop with no battery to the power outlet, and voil, problem solved. ---------------- Thank's a lot DiminicanZero - Three days I trying to figure out why the Then we created a new user account and deleted the old one. (The account deletion had an option to transfer all the files and settings, but I did it manually to Sign in to add this video to a playlist. but as far as logging on when safe mode comes up, im still in the same boat.

Windows Xp Keyboard Not Working After Boot

Re-plugging it in didn't work as it would make the hardware fail sound, and not accept it. Magic!!! Juzt Stuff 251,307 views 3:21 Loading more suggestions... The XP driver self-heal problem makes this rather difficult.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Interesting , simply setting up a new account by retired / July 1, 2007 12:38 AM PDT In reply to: Keyboard problem FIXED Thanks in advance big-problem computer email function usb-peripherals windows brommer66 1 post since Jan 2006 Newbie Member 23Contributors 24Replies 36Views 10 YearsDiscussion Span 2 Years Ago Last Post by savedlema 0 Can keyboards carry over malware? Some Keys On Keyboard Not Working continue to work (!) 3) I think it is NOT a USB problem, as my USB mouse has no problems. 4) Repairing XP (using R“, NO re-installation) made no difference 5)

And like the poster above, I did everything i could think to make it work, and finally I was able to do it. Desktop Keyboard Not Working but once windows boots up and gets to the logon screen, they freeze up and are useless. i can't find an adapter either.PC is running Windows XP Pro SP3. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/keyboard-not-working-once-windowsxp-loads-254573/ Again, many thanks!

They are named rpX, where X is a number. Keyboard Not Typing Letters 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 I logged on to the new account and moved data back.(Did all in safe mode). I'd first have the security folks look at your system . .

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The same problem occurs, although in this case the DeviceManager error changes places to standard PS-2 mouse (i.e.this is not a USB problem). https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/hardware/threads/37686/usb-keyboard-problems-windows-xp Yet nothing is. Windows Xp Keyboard Not Working After Boot Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) Any Logitech software found near this machine? Keyboard Not Working Windows 7 It sounds like the USB Root Hubs are toast on the computer.You can reset them by doing the following:Navigate to the Control Panel -> Device Manager -> Universal Serial Bus controllersLocate

The vendor from whom we bought … Use USB Keyboard Pre-Boot? 13 replies Hello all, I've searched for this vigorusly but to no avail... have a peek at these guys So now instead of being stuck at the login screen Im stuck at the Serial Key screen. It is not recognizing the wired keyboard and mouse, I've tried every USB port on the PC and the mouse port as well (with an adapter.) I have tried another keyboard solved Keyboard and Mouse No Longer Working After Driver Installation Terrible keyboard/mouse hesitation - Wireless AND Wired - ALL USB's Wired or Wireless Mouse & Keyboard for gaming? Keyboard Not Working On Laptop

You can change this preference below. The problem that I'm having is that my Thread Tools Search this Thread 10-23-2007, 03:53 PM #1 Niner31 Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2007 Posts: 4 OS: XP Quote: Originally Posted by DominicanZero I have found the cause of our problem, Niner31 -- believe it or not, OUR BATTERIES ARE F*CKED. check over here This time I scanned all progs loaded @ startup using "Quick Startup 2.0" & there it was "filter Keys" was turned on.

Wired to reduce dropouts and key delays. Keyboard Not Working Windows 8 The computer itself was littered with spyware, and since I had never been able to flush it out with the free spyware programs it lingered until the very day it was rootkits.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Keyboard problem FIXED by creating new user account!

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All is well, except when you go into device manager view, the keyboard shows and error. I will choose the driver to install. 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. Usb Keyboard Not Working To close the box, select OK.

seems the PS/2 ports have failed followed by usb ports... So, I've checked for and removed any spyware and done a complete virus check and that hasn't changed anything. Apparently, the OEM version of WinXP shipped with Acer machines has additional drivers for the battery, and if those can't load, some of the other hardware drivers also fail to load. this content carbootcrazy 236,786 views 4:18 2007 Dell Vostro 1500 running Windows XP Professional - Duration: 4:18.

That didn't work either. My computer runs with Windows XP, SP2 I have so far tried all the classic tricks I could think of and ran out of ideas. You should be able to press a key or key combo to get you into BIOS setup. I have not tried turning this off, because somehow I doubt the drivers I am touching are corrupt - there seem to be many keyboard drivers! * Tried updating the drivers

but it's a low budget repair costing no more than $20.00 (if you can install the PCI card yourself) so this is the quickest and cheapest possible solution. 2) The next Now working again. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video?

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