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Windows 7: stuck on bootup - no usb once windows starts loading

30 Jun 2010   #1

Win7 x64
stuck on bootup - no usb once windows starts loading

hey hey..

i'll be trying to make it short.

i've been moving my computer (more or less safe in my car). after setting it up again, i first had issues with the power supply. for whatever reason the comp went off again after booting up. it took about 5-20 seconds, depending on i-don't-know-what and i had to pull the plug and wait ~30 seconds untill the rest of the power was used up (uncharging it by pressing the power button again wouldn't work), before i could try and start again.
after toying around with the on-board overclocking function i got it to work, however.


when i boot up windows, it would stop doing anything right after the logo appeared.
i got an illuminated keyboard and mouse and at the same time those 2 go dark. they do work in bios and when deciding wether i want to load windows or try the repair option. however, when choosing the repair option, again - the keyboard stops working and the lights go out.
after trying a couple of times, i finally got the keyboard to work for the repair, but only that.

so, i'm stuck at the windows boot screen with what appears to me as a non-functional usb connection. still, i don't even know, if this is the main problem or only a follow-up of the original one.

i'm totally lost, because i cannot locate where the error origins from.
is it possible, that my ssd got damaged during the transport and hence some windows files? is it a hardware issue at some place? is there a solution?

help is more than appreciated =)



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30 Jun 2010   #2

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Try reseating all hardware & cable.
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