Install keyboard and mouse driver via recovery console command prompt
Posted 09 January 2009 - 10:27 AM
Posted 09 January 2009 - 02:42 PM
Posted 09 January 2009 - 08:14 PM
I am using the PS/2 keyboard that came with the system and a USB kensington expert pro (trackball). I just moved and the kensington mouse was not packed in the same box as the computer so I plugged in a microsoft usb mouse and got the message the driver for that mouse was not installed. I googled for a mouse driver found one and tried to install it, I got a message saying the installed driver needed to be unistalled in order to finish. I said yes and restarted the system, now neither the mouse or keyboard works on it. I do not have the Windows CD to reinstall the OS but used the windows CD for my other computer to try and do a repair. I have tried the PS/2 mouse that came with the system and that did not work either. I have also tried to copy a keyboard and mouse driver from one computer to the other via a floppy and overwrite in the system32/driver folder.
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