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Windows 7: Computer starts but screen keyboard and mouse doesnt work.

04 Jun 2016   #1
Jeff Wellekens

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
Computer starts but screen keyboard and mouse doesnt work.

So i had this problem a little while ago where my pc started freezing randomly it happend i couldnt do anything and then i had to manually restart it ... I looked into the device manager and there where two unknow device's i couldnt update them i couldnt install the firmware... After a while when i opened my pc and blew all the dust out and reseated the ram i only got a couple freezes more after that and then they went away for a long time and last night i was producing music like i always do with fl studio and when i am working in fl studio the pc never froze btw i was done i closed fl studio right when i wanted to click on de shutdown button for my pc it froze completly again couldnt move the mouse keyboard didnt respond pressed numlock didnt work so i shut him down by holding down the power button he went of next morning i turn on my pc i hear the fan turn on like usually the power light was blue but my keyboard didnt light up or work my mouse neither and my screen that is working didnt work either it was like their was nog signal going from the pc to the external devices ... maybe something that can help to is when my pc was not freezing and freezing when i turned him on i heard a bleep and then the fan went on and everything was normal hopefully someone can help me im desperate for a solution thanks in advance already

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05 Jun 2016   #2
Jeff Wellekens

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

The computer is very old so it can be a failure hardware maybe
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 Computer starts but screen keyboard and mouse doesnt work.

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