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Solved: Can't use mouse or keyboard in Windows 7 installation

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Qazton, Jun 21, 2015.

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  1. Qazton

    Qazton Thread Starter

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    Hello, Qazton here
    Here's the problem.

    Im currently using H97 Pro Gamer Motherboard by Asus and when I boot using usb,
    my keyboard and mouse just stop working. I'm currently upgrading my OS from
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit to a 64bit version.

    I've already configured at BIOS
    -USB Support from ->[Partial Initialization] to ->[Full Initialization]
    -PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse Support from ->[Auto] to [Full Initialization]
    -Legacy USB support is already Enabled
    -I've checked that all USB ports are already Enabled

    When I boot from usb, everything boots fine. Is just that the keyboard and mouse stop working in Windows 7 installation.

    ****I have tried changing ports from the front panel to the back panel for the keyboard and mouse and still, I can't use my keyboard and mouse in Windows 7 installation
    ***I don't know what settings I've changed but I've research about it and I did what I was told
    **I have no knowledge about motherboards
    *I'm using a normal keyboard and mouse

    (I haven't try using the PS/2 port though)



    Cheers,
    Qazton
     
  2. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    ASUS H96-PRO GAMER

    It appears you've made setting changes in the BIOS without really knowing what you're doing.

    I suggest you reset the BIOS to its default settings and see if that resolves your keyboard/mouse issue.

    Didn't a user's manual come with it?

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  3. Qazton

    Qazton Thread Starter

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    Seems like resetting it to default works, I never thought of that solution
    Thank you so much Flavallee!
     
  4. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    I'm glad it worked, and you're welcome. :) (y)

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