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Minhaz

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i got a new problem.when i start my computer and go to XP and then if i press any key of keyboard then my computer get hang..........if i dont press any key of keyboard then i can work with my mouse but if i press keyboard then my mouse get freeze but in the background windows is working............that means windows is working but only keyboard and mouse are freeze.

im using mcafee antivirus and it is up to date..............i scanned my all drive for virus but there is no virus.

HELP...............
 
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tried another keyborad at hand? How about in the device manager,see anything red/yellow iconed-in the keyboard section?
 
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tried another keyboard at hand? How about in the device manager,see anything red/yellow iconed-in the keyboard section?
 

Minhaz

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bobol said:
tried another keyborad at hand? How about in the device manager,see anything red/yellow iconed-in the keyboard section?
yes there is a yellow sing...................but now how can i install a new driver for this keyboard..........cause i dont have any cd or floppy of that driver.
 
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try looking on the interent how is your keyboard connected ps/2 or usb
 
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It could just be a corrupt file, in the device manager, highlight the keyboard name, then click remove.

Reboot and let it reinstall itself. Then check the device manager to see if it has any marks next it. If not then it corrected the problem. If it still has the yellow explanation mark check for IRQ and Resource conflicts.
 
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