So I am providing you with more resources and information at your disposal to deal with the situation better. No matter what i did the desktop is not recognizing the keyboard. Devide the number of these services by two and you place checks in the first half of these, then restart the computer. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. Just as a further note, it seems that when I get to the stage where ive temporarily uninstalled these unknown devices, windows always seems to be installing the devices, which takes a few minutes each time.
The computer was hibernating and i got the error with windows recovery screen but not beeing able to choose an option. That in the installation menu with the computer on i have plugged the hard drive and in few seconds i was able to fix the windows. This so often asked question found on the internet and no one have ever solved it and gave a directly answer? Another guess is: the mother board seems to have some kind of memory of something, once those mouse and keyboard malfunction for the first time, it doesn't matter how many time you plug or unplug them, the problem just stay put. That's what I've been having to do. See Tip 3 for more details.
Perhaps this way i can burn some recovery discs and do a repair install. Trust me, both the mouse and keyboard did not work during million times of trial and it worked right away after this one. So without shutting down the computer she pulled out the keyboard from the port and inserted back. Now to install windows i had to remove the hard drive and the computer booted the cd in that case. But lets be honest, it doesn't matter right? This one might be a lost cause.
I shut the laptop down, disconnected the power cable and battery and held the power button down for ~10 seconds. Not the answer you're looking for? Unfortunately, these steps did not fix the problem for me. Infection makes senses from the standpoint that the machine is on, but the average user will not be able to remove the threat without mouse and keyboard. I've been a full time computer technician for over 20 years and I read your story while chucking to myself thinking it was the installation of windows that did it but I thought fxxk it and tried it anyway. Perform a clean boot: 2. Thanks--- George Hi, have you checked your Device Manager for yellow triangles for those devices? If they are, check if they have been recently updated in Device Manager.
The num lock key on my keyboard will stay on and will not turn off if I push it, Same with all the other keys including scroll lock and caps lock. I was on the phone with Microsoft support for an hour yesterday. Kinda stumped at the moment. Note: It is better to create a system restore point and on Windows 10 so that you can quickly and the drivers once the computer runs into other issues. It still didn't work out. Yes, the keyboard and mouse pad were working way before i tried installing windows, though it was only a trial since it dint install.
I think it has to do with an unknown device that has cropped up in the device manager, and it seems that when I uninstall it within safe mode and restart into windows normally, the mouse and kb work fine. After reinstalling, update Windows to bring it current. No difference I performed a hard reset. I take it as a privilege to share this platform with you. Go to the Device Manager and expand the entry Mice and other pointing devices or Human Interface Devices or Universal Serial Bus controllers. You can enable it by 1. Click Disable all, this will remove all of the check marks in the Services list.
I then turned the computer back on and my keyboard worked properly. What I didnt mention as soon a I plugged in the phone the mouse quit working. My secondary hard drive had come unplugged from the psu. On top of that, it wasn't even a hardware problem anyway, those mouse and keyboard just work perfectly fine with other laptops or desktop except this stupid one! Entering safe mode might vary a bit, most computers it's hitting enter or esc during the start up screen during which your keyboard should function as it's before windows has loaded and then selecting safe mode. A moment after this my monitor flashes and goes to the Windows loading screen. Tap the F8 key after your computer initially powers on.
Once you have narrowed it down to the last three or four services remove the checks one at a time till you find the service at fault. Instead, just like you, I am eager to ensure that the problem gets resolved. When I get to the Windows login screen, I'm stuck. I was able to perform all of these steps except for the system recovery. Do not take any action until I suggest the next step.