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Can't reconginize the mouse and keyboard


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drmoneejd

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I recently put a new power supply and case fans in my computer. When i turned it back on, happy and excited, i found that after the BIOS screen, once i went into windows XP, my wireless mouse and keyboard weren't working. i then shut it down, and switched to a wired mouse and keyboard, however still no recognition. I've heard that i may have to re-install windows to fix this. Is there any other options?
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Are these USB or PS/2 keyboard and mouse?
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My USB ports all just went out also after a power surge to my computer. Everything else works except my mouse which the computer doesn't recognize. I had to go back to the old non-USB mouse until I can find out the problem, so I am waiting to hear what you guys have to say here, too.
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well, my mobo only has one ps2 connector, and the wireless was usb, but the the wired was a usb mouse and ps2 keyboard. and it recognizes fine until i get ti the windows login screen. then it just doesn't work at all.
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