peartreeNov 11, 2004, 2:42 AM Ouch! From what I understand--you can only load the F6 drivers from a Floppy during an XP installation? Typed this up in Wordpad before pasting into Reply box in case it gets lost again Anyway, here is the gist of what I was trying to include in this post Is there something similar to Gödel's incompleteness theorems in physics? Check This Out
I've had it happen now and then. If he is that problematic about computers giving him XP with all its security problems is in my opinion irresponsible. if you get to the Login Screen and your USB Mouse and Keyboard don't work, how do you login and go about fixing it? The system in question is about 6 months old. (Athlon64 3400+, 2x512 Corsair XMS 3200, Abit MAX3 mobo) Windows XP CD has SP1 already on it. over here
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... share|improve this answer edited Apr 26 '14 at 9:38 Louis 10.2k2477145 answered May 15 '12 at 15:47 Steve 111 add a comment| protected by Community♦ Jul 24 '12 at 15:23 Thank My question is.. I know some of you say a little training will solve the challenges, and 99% of the time i'd agree with you, but this is the 1%.
I guess I thought you'd tell me how to slipstream the USB into the running system. I've installed with this CD before without any trouble ... I am using the usb dual slots next to the ethernet port, but I have tried every slot on the front and back of the computer. Windows Xp Boot Disk Thank you once again for your suggestion!!
However, after the initial setup copies the files, the usb keyboard stops working, leaving me hanging because I need to press "R" to run the repair. Usb Mouse And Keyboard Not Working Xp Acronis has a forum good for anything specific to it. Reply With Quote October 20th, 2008,03:01 PM #5 morganlefay View Profile View Forum Posts AOs Resident Troll Join Date Nov 2003 Posts 3,152 Is the disk XP with any SP...you may or PhD applications in sciences/engineering?
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Register Help Remember Me? Windows Xp Product Key So, the data was being written to disk, but not in a way that a correctly functioning XP install could read at all. DataMonSTARFeb 4, 2011, 7:01 AM I know this is a really old thread, but I'm currently having the exact same problem. Assistance gratefully appreciated.
Only USB... http://superuser.com/questions/756701/usb-keyboard-works-in-bios-but-stops-working-when-installing-xp-sp2-ps-2-not-a This time I scanned all progs loaded @ startup using "Quick Startup 2.0" & there it was "filter Keys" was turned on. Windows Xp Repair Install No Mouse Keyboard I think you should backtrack on that. Windows Xp Setup Keyboard Not Working Is correction for multiple testing necessary when almost all variables show p-values < 0,05?
This looks like an interesting one ? Even if I reconnect the USB.I'm gonna do a Debug 0-wipe on it and start from scratch. Will the Operating System be found if I run the install again and it gets to the part where it looks for existing installations to offer the Repair option Can I I now lose the keyboard after a log off , and attempt to either fast user switch OR log back in to the original profile. Usb Keyboard Not Working Windows Xp
Doing a repair install of XP everything is going fine until Windows starts whining about some unsigned driver for my video card (Sapphire Radeon x1650 Pro). I am Dutch, live in Germany and work with compuers for quite a while (home and work) I have a big problem with my USB keyboerd that stopped working after a If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. this contact form more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
Ask ! see for some of the machines I play with.. I have a new hard drive, formatted to NTFS but otherwise blank.
I fully expect to be "fixing" ID10T errors on a near weekly basis for the next 3 years. I would have to guess that XP had been bunged up for some time before it failed and was slowly drifting into trouble. My old keyboard was a USB, and figuring the keyboard was faulty I threw it out and I was able to use the one that came with my Xmas Computer. (Mom USB Keyboard did not work after Windows boots (ok in BIOS) USB mouse continued to work.
Then deleted the account and all data. The repair install was going great until a screen came up, as illustrated in second post attachment, asking for "Files Needed" for the Network Port. I'm guessing that this is not a terribly new system, since it looks like it doesn't want to recognize USB devices before Windows and its drivers are in place. ****navigate here up and running in no time.
Using the keyboard that had come with it (The same I had been using with my old computer for a time) it worked perfectly until it too fell victim to this Funny thing is, nearly all those files I backed up from the OS hard drive to my second hard drive are gone. Hope this works All the best 0 fafamhox 6 Years Ago Start > Right click My Computer > Properties > Hardware Tab > Device Mngr. > Expand Human Interface Devices Double Someone (you) asks him if he wrote down the right information, but all he can say is "What information?". **** Never Assume ANYTHING **** AoEratNov
What happened to you was that it wasn't writing the file tables correctly, so every time you saved a file, it was writing garbage. My Brother-in-law is driving 120 miles to pick up this computer Saturday night that I promised to fix for him 2 photos of monitor screen to follow once I upload them An automated install of XP –barlop May 27 '14 at 19:43 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign The vendor from whom we bought … Use USB Keyboard Pre-Boot? 13 replies Hello all, I've searched for this vigorusly but to no avail...