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Thanks so much for all your help first of all... Yikes this isn't looking very good. If you are prompted again for driver installation with the three options, then you may have to simplify things and buy the cheapest wired USB mouse and wired USB keyboard you oops sorry I replied as additional information check the thread. have a peek at this web-site

I really don't want to sink any money into this machine --almost more cost effective to buy a new machine. Related Resources solved Mouse and keyboard stopped working after installing usb host driver solved Keyboard and Mouse stopped Working after PC Reset - Windows 10 solved Mouse and keyboard stopped working This really doesn't make a customer want to return for future purchases. This is a tutorial on how to fix it! http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dell-xps-400-usb-keyboard-and-mouse-not-working.101993/

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Video kiralandığında oy verilebilir. Kob3's Palace Abone olAbone olunduAbonelikten çık3838 Yükleniyor... Does anyone have any ideas? mrtomish 48.398 görüntüleme 3:08 My Keyboard Does Not Work - Fix It EASILY - Süre: 4:24.

  • The dell disk worked in the sense that it ran -- it did its diagnostics and verified that the hardware was copaceptic -- but it did not fix the problem.
  • it recognizes the mouse and keyboard.
  • Now everything should work, and you should be able to hit f12 or whatever to do what you need to do. (like access your BIOS or re-install XP or something, whatver
  • Yah I thought so too but I can't seem to find them searching. #4 TechGuy71, Mar 23, 2010 TechGuy71 Expand Collapse New Member Likes Received: 0 MrUnknown said: ↑ try
  • If You see any physical damage , try straightening the Pins in the socket so they do not touch each other or the metal shell.
  • If you have a happy customer he/she will tell thousands more the Dell is good.
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  • and click "Download Dell Driver Reset Tool"Step #2.
  • Several functions may not work.

Short of not being able to use the mouse or keyboard, it does boot into Windows XP fine. The Mobo has a green light on it, I'm thinking that's a good sign lol what I did notice was inside where the rear USB ports are there was an orange Dell USB only machine seem like a pain the ass but more often than not the trouble is due to some setting or choice of ports used on the machine or Usb Keyboard Not Working During Boot I would examine them all, In the front and back for physical damage.

If still no joy, boot up with no mouse or keyboard connected and then connect them (one at a time with mouse being first) after your successful boot or in the Dell Keyboard Failure I get to the "Welcome to Windows Setup" screen, but the keyboard doesn't respond. Let me know what you find. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/usb-keyboard-and-mouse-wont-work-at-all-on-a-dell-xps400.2041146/ Cheers.

Düşüncelerinizi paylaşmak için oturum açın. Ps2 Keyboard Not Working Windows 10 I couldnt get past the login screen because the keyboard and mouse were both non-responsive. flipit4uFeb 4, 2013, 4:02 AM Wow Capt.I looked over some other threads and found one that said something about jumping by finding the blue pin cover located on the mobo. Damn..

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Then I noticed my mouse had no power to it cuz the light was off under the mouse. https://www.windowsbbs.com/threads/dell-xps-400-will-no-longer-recognize-keyboard-or-mouse.68059/ I say thanks and BIG thumbs up to you!!! #23 jeffkan1, Oct 30, 2012 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Loading... Dell Inspiron One Keyboard Failure Unless you have some kind of solar powered laser mouse and keyboard with nuclear power backup, no drivers should be required. Ps2 Port Not Working If not, then I may take some advice from some of these threads and build my own computer with good parts...hopefully not all made in China like my DELL XPS 400.

Bu videoyu Daha Sonra İzle oynatma listesine eklemek için oturum açın Ekle Oynatma listeleri yükleniyor... http://sevevb.com/not-working/desktop-keyboard-and-mouse-not-working.html Sent from my All-In-One Desktop. Time to upgrade my kaspersky's that's for sure.You guys rock and thanks so much for all your help! Hopefully this works you guys too. Usb Keyboard And Mouse Not Working

The "old" Keyboard and mouse are wireless and are about 300 miles away... (ugh). I am having some serious issues with my Dell XPS 400 desktop PC. If it comes down to replacement, then you will have your data. Source I have the feeling that Dell will soon start to loose more and more business because of customers like me will stop buying and warn others of the problems/experiences I have

or maybe it is just "smarter" than I am (grin). After Keyboard failure, I now get floppy diskette seek failure, followed by Strike the F1 key to continue, F2 to run the setup utility. This happened to me once before and I took it to Bestbuy and Circuit City to get some estimates.

Hope the novel doesn't exceed TechSpot's bandwidth.

A balance check? 18:31:51 E&A_Adrian that is to make the part request 18:32:08 Mike Miller You mean a backorder? $240+ for a mother board is extremely high considering I can buy/build More... After you run it then it should reset all the drivers and nothing should work.Step #5. I actually had a Skycaddie Golf GPS plugged in as well and it fried it as well.

Then try booting again with your new USB keyboard and USB mouse having been connected beforehand from a power off state. I would also suggest that you use the USB ports that are mounted on the motherboard (those on the back of the machine) rather than the ones that are wired to I couldnt get past the login screen because the keyboard and mouse were both non-responsive. have a peek here I think i just got lucky that this method worked (other distros didnt).

The problem is that you don't have 'human interface' with the computer, and the Dell XPS has no PS2 ports. Well, my computer is, anyway. I was wondering if there was some sort of virus that would cause this cuz my Kaspersky anti virus has been expired for a couple weeks. I know I have issues with some Dell computers recognizing a dell branded USB mouse without installing a driver in Windows.

Let me know how you get on ) Adv Reply December 6th, 2010 #6 onaridge View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Way Too Much Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2010 Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? I'm thinking the same thing myself...however, I'm holding on to one hope! You mobo is dead and you need to replace it!

and if you used the dell disk did that work?[/QUOTE] If you installed another usb card and it still doesn't work even in BIOS, I would think you've got more serious