Keyboard and Mouse Problem

Discussion in 'General Technical' started by pillboxusa, Sep 13, 2007.

  1. pillboxusa


    Sep 13, 2007
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    <DIV class=postcolor id=post-139683>Hi,

    This is really frustrating, my keyboardand mouse is not working.
    The only keys on the keyboard working is the SUPER Key (Start Key) and CTRL+ALT+DEL.
    I can move the mouse but Left/Right doesnt work.

    Here are the scenarios where the problem occurs:

    - When i want to change the screensaver, hit apply -
    - When on screensaver ,, i move the mouse to let go to the current sesion - same problem
    - After waking up on a stand-by
    - When doing a RDC

    What i do is CTRL+ALT+DEL then force to LOG-OFF or RESTART, then everything works.
    But when im on a remote, i have to call somebody to restart my machine .

    This thing happend when i upgraded my CPU from Core 2 DUo e4400 to Core 2 Quad q6600. (NO OVERCLOCKING DONE)

    I tried reinstalling WIndows Vista - same thing.

    Some says its about ACPI issue - but when you install Vista, all drivers are pretty much installed when you look at the Device Manager.

    Here is my current configuration.

    Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz 4mbx2 L2 Cache (267Mhz x [6/9]) which gives me 1.6GHZ or 2.4Ghz (is that normal)
    MSI P6N Diamond Nvidia nForce 680i SLI - built in Creative X-FI and 4xPCI-E 16x
    2xG1hz OCZ DDR2 SDRAM 4-2-2-15 (weird thing is CPU-Z says 5-5-5-15)
    XFX Nvidia 8800GTS 320MB
    RAIDMAX Smilodon Case 750Watts
    Swiftech MCP655 Pump - D-TEK Fuzion Water Block
    PS2 Keyboard / USB Mouce
    320GB SATAII
    21" ACER @ 1400 x 1050
    Windows Vista Ultimate 32Bit

    Need your help. Thanks
    pillboxusa, Sep 13, 2007
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  2. pillboxusa


    Aug 1, 2006
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    Becasue you have all the latest and greatest hardware in your comp, a bios update for your mobo may be neccessary. Lots of weird stuff can happen when the bios for the mobo isn't as current as the hardware in the computer.

    Try doing that and see if the problem happens.

    Otherwise how is your keyboard/mouse connected to the comp? Analogue wired? USB Wired? USB Wireless? Could be a driver issue if using USB stuff.
    kingofnexus, Sep 15, 2007
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