|18 Sep 2012||#1|
W7 freezing during boot with USB KB/Mouse plugged in.
AOTBE, this doesn't happen at all when I have a normal PS2 KB/Mouse plugged in.
However when I replace that with USB KB/Mouse there is a problem. This has been happens whether I use my Logitech USB KB with Logitech Mouse. And the same with Razer KB and Razer Mouse. So I'm presuming this happens with any KB/Mouse plugged in by USB.
1. I'm in Windows. I hit reset, and it freezes at the post.
2. I'm in Windows. I shut down the PC. The next time, I power it up, it goes through a really really long boot to Windows. Then the screen goes blank.
The only way to resolve this is by completely powering off my PC. Meaning I shut it down. Then flip the switch on the PSU to off.
Only when the power to the PSU has been switched off will the PC boot all the way into Windows when turned on and powered up. And even in this case, it takes a pretty long time to boot. IDK if W7 normally should take that long.
(With my other PC using W8, I get absolutely no problems. Restart is amazingly fast. So is booting after being powered off. And there's never a need to shut it off completely from the PSU switch.)
I was wondering if anybody had an idea what's going on. I haven't tried any different configurations to test it out other than 2 different sets of USB KB/Mouse.
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|18 Sep 2012||#2|
May we have a look at your MSINFO32?
upload your MSINFO32.nfo file.
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