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Windows 7: USB Mice and USB Keyboards not working, have replaced MoBo

08 May 2013   #11
TVeblen

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Hmmm. That is a challenge, isn't it.

Does that box have a PS2 connection?


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08 May 2013   #12
Bobbings

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It does, I have the adaptors to hand, it is exactly the same.
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08 May 2013   #13
TVeblen

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That would rule out a USB problem. It's seems to be narrowing down to the motherboard.
You might want to double check everything you've already done.
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08 May 2013   #14
Bobbings

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Since I replaced the motherboard I'm very unsure about what the problem is. it could possibly be the power supply at uni that messes it up somehow, the problem first started and reappeared at university, although I'm not sure how it could cause this problem
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09 May 2013   #15
rou22

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I believe that some parts in your old mobo might be broken, causing keys aren't working in boot menu only (keys will work in bios and os).
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09 May 2013   #16
TVeblen

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bobbings View Post
Since I replaced the motherboard I'm very unsure about what the problem is. it could possibly be the power supply at uni that messes it up somehow, the problem first started and reappeared at university, although I'm not sure how it could cause this problem
I just get the feeling there is something missing here. Getting a keyboard to work should not be this hard. It seems like there must be an 'extra piece' to the puzzle in your setup.
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