Proffitt Forum moderator / December 18, 2016 9:32 AM PST In reply to: Reinstalling Windows Only Option After a few months I found a way but it was tedious work to I tried using another keyboard and that worked which is how I got into my desktop, but no other mouse worked so it's something on the pc that's inhibiting the keyboard/mouse You can confirm by download a linux distro like Fatdog64. There are several reasons which may cause your wireless mouse not working.
RandyT #1 worked for me on Dell Inspiron running windows 10. I have a single PS2 slot and will buy a mouse tomorrow, but I still don't know what I have to do to fix the USB problem even if that mouse Because I can press F11 to get into system restore when I first boot up, but once I get to the log in screen the mouse and keyboard don't work at I went into the registry and deleted all the ATI related stuff I could find to make sure I had everything.
leinad1Oct 30, 2012, 3:23 PM btopishere said: Hello, I'm in a bit of a conundrum. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Home Features Download Buy Now Knowledge Base Support▼ FAQ Help for Driver Easy 5.5 Help for Driver Easy 5.0 Help for Driver Little clik is done, so I asume, that button itself should work. But the cursor will not move!
María Paz Ramírez Cheers. #1 works! Michael Blann/Lifesize/Getty Images Related Articles 1 [Dell USB Mouse] | How to Update a Driver for a Dell USB Mouse 2 [Logitech Wireless Mouse] | How to Reset a Logitech Wireless I have a major issue of display not coming on, on PC resume, but thats not for here.. Uninstalled Usb Driver How To Reinstall and try...but i think you deleted vital registry keys,THATs WHY NEVER EDIT THE REGISTRY IF YOU DONT KNOW WHAT YOUR DOING....OR DELETING.
Why are people unwilling to share information about their salary? Accidentally Deleted Usb Drivers Windows 10 by cepd3120 / December 17, 2016 11:07 AM PST In reply to: Is there enough free space on the drive? You may be stuck with a complete re-format. I've fixed a few drivers this way by copying over DLLs into their valid system/system32 directories.
The mouse works fine there. Accidentally Uninstalled Usb Root Hub Feel free to ask questions but please check the wiki first. Is it possible that it's permanently damaged even though the keyboard and mouse work in BIOS? What a pain.
Now, you have USB connectors on your units. Let me be clear, the mouse does not work in any port. Accidentally Deleted Usb Drivers Windows 7 Jodie Thank you so much, the first solution worked perfectly. I Uninstalled All My Usb Drivers Failing that, if you have a USB 3.0 header, you can plug a USB 2.0 device in USB 3.0 socket and the USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 run off different controllers
But anyway you should still be able to boot with your usb kb and mouse. Click "Roll Back Driver" to go back to a previous driver version. They could be broken USB ports, corrupted drivers, discharged batteries, dead device, etc. What is the correct way of asking "how someone is doing" in case of an accident? Accidentally Uninstalled Usb Drivers
So you need one or two small adapters that allow you to plug a USB connector from your keyboard into the round PS/2 connector on the back. You guys rock ! How to plan a UK train route avoiding the tube? A clean, fresh install of Windows could only be done once I had completely removed all information from the SSD.Thanks for the help everyone, but if anyone else has this problem:
Any ideas what happened and maybe a fix? Logitech Mouse Driver Reboot and was fixed.Letting this info here so we get more curious about these tecnologies like VNC, TeamViewer and others that sometime save hours of troubleshooting. FinalFantasyForever Ok, so if the mouse is working on another pc, but not the other it has also worked on then what?
All rights reserved. Good on UEFI BIOS but upon booting nothing via USB works.Hopefully had teamviewer installed with unattended option on so fixed PC with mi iPad installing the 14.7 beta drivers over network This will remove their drivers. Usb Mouse Not Working I'm locked out.
What I might try in the future is just uninstalling the display driver only (custom, not express), then upgrading the display driver only. Everything excluding mice works.I've tested it with a Logitech Gaming Mouse, a Razer gaming mouse, a logitech optimal mouse, and a windows mouse. NO Mouse works. I ended up with a laptop with no pointing device...
Electrical items and metal items may interfere with the signal of the mouse. I think you can Google for "Windows 10 cold boot" or "force device detection" to see how to configure W10 to rescan everthing again. She is also the owner and operator of Howbert Freelance Writing. If this is a home built the drivers should be on the MB disk.
I have no access to a pad, so before following the directions above, need confirmation of the correct battery placement.