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We called her "Sparky" from then on. 8 Ghost Chili OP Thanks A.J. thanks in advanced!!!! I'm surprised you haven't had hardware damage form doing this-- it's risky. You risk damaging or destroying your PS/2 port connection. this content

Looking for a phone? In Device Manager, it does in fact see the keyboard, but it doesn't seem to work. Sign in to make your opinion count. I think he means that they keep us employed and with a paycheck :-) 1 Mace OP RealityCheque Aug 30, 2012 at 3:36 UTC Give it a week and you'll

The main anchor for the 6pm news (who has been at that company for 20+years now) came in at 2pm and promptly called me and here is how the call went: I restarted the computer, no help. Answer Questions Power down and connect PCIe cables for graphics card? Newer keyboards that use a USB connection are hot swappable and thus you don't need to turn the computer off when unplugging it.

We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. With the breaking of my USB keyboard (Ideazon Zboard, or SteelSeries Zboard), I decided to get a more durable keyboard operating on the PS/2 port rather than... Normally PS/2 devices are not recommended for "hot" plugging, so you are taking a hardware risk there. Res Judicata View Public Profile Find More Posts by Res Judicata 21 Feb 2015 #4 chris96ar Windows 7 32-bit 3 posts Open your device manager and see if

Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: Dell OptiPlex 745 Power Issue What to do with Optiplex with bad capacitors? I've got USB Wireless mouse and keyboard and it works in bios. Windows would load up but I couldnt move my mouse or type in my password. Guest, Jan 15, 2004 #4 Paul Hopwood Guest "Ryan" <> wrote: >I have had issues in the past where if I unplugged a mouse from a server and plugged it back

anchor: well how was i suppose to know that the power went out.... The only fix was to reboot. Taffycat posted Nov 12, 2016 at 8:59 AM WCG Stats Saturday 12 November 2016 WCG Stats posted Nov 12, 2016 at 8:00 AM WCG Stats Friday 11 November 2016 WCG Stats Why not buy enough mice that you never have to do this?

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enjoy 0 Thai Pepper OP MarkT94 Aug 29, 2012 at 1:41 UTC   James590 wrote: its wallopers like that that keep us in a job You can't ridicule How to dedicate more than 128M of... Ant, Feb 23, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Hardware Replies: 4 Views: 342 Phillip Pi Feb 23, 2005 Unplugging and replugging D-Link AirPlus DWL-120+, connect to a WAPresults a blue

Any one know a work around or away get the server to recongize the mouse again. news My computer is not accepting input from any keyboard.? Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Earlier today i had unplugged my computer to move it, now when i plugged it back in, the mouse works but the keyboard doesnt.

Also I tried two other keyboards that are not wireless, which do not work either, when i plug them in, the lights light up once, and then after that no lights System Info - See Your System Specs It would also be helpful if we knew what keyboards and mice you are using and how they hook to your system. Sign in to report inappropriate content. have a peek at these guys had a field day with this one.....

Here is a tutorial by Brink that can help. hmm simple logic would say I unplugged the wrong device and that is why it doesn't work so maybe if I plug it back in again it will work? it was working, I unplugged something now it doesn't work.

The Kensington keyboard and Anker mouse do light up when plugged in, but are unusable.

Your cache administrator is webmaster. Something makes me think that it's something to do with the wifi driver, but then again i've taken out the wifi card and the... The PS/2 connector is usually used for older keyboards so if you have one this video can save you some time (and frustration). when I get there sure enough the keyboard and mouse aren't working.

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