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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by mjz123, Jan 24, 2002.

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  1. mjz123

    mjz123 Thread Starter

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    when i boot up win 98, i get a window saying that windows doesnt see a mouse and the keyboard doesnt work
    thanks
     
  2. CrossleyJ

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    You have made sure that you have them plugged into the right port?

    Jay
     
  3. mjz123

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    yes, a couple of times
     
  4. CrossleyJ

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    What have you done recently? installed anything? Did this just start happening all of a sudden?

    What kind of Mouse and Keyboard are you using?
     
  5. mjz123

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    this just sort of started happening
     
  6. CrossleyJ

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    Do you have a spare mouse or another keyboard you can plug in and see if your ports are working?
     
  7. mjz123

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    yes i did that
     
  8. CrossleyJ

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    When you boot up does your pc tell you at the post screen that it cannot find your keyboard and mouse (because your pc shouldnt let you get past the postscreen if it cant find a keyboard), or does it not tell you that until you get into windows?
     
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