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skmaresh

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On 9/29/2004 did update #9524633 Intel(Essex) BIOS - after receiving message "the Intel® Express BIOS update has completed successfully", I did restart. At startup got the message: "WARNING: No mouse was found. Check here to not display warning again or press enter to continue." I get this message all the time now @ startup. My mouse and keyboard are working. What caused the message, what does it mean, and what do I do?

I have contacted Gateway from whom I purchased the system, and they are not giving my any straight answers.
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Hello skmaresh.
They do say 'if it ain't broken don't try to fix it'. Updating bios can be tricky. Seems like your mouse hardware detection got lost along the way.
Did you do an advanced install?
Good thing is the mouse still works however.
How is your's connected?
The second port may or may not be enabled in BIOS. Therefore not finding it.
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No, I did not do an advanced install. After the install I did get the message "The Intel® Express BIOS update has completed successfully". How would I find out if the second port is or is not enabled in BIOS? After getting the mouse not found @ startup I did a system restore to an earlier date hoping the damage would be undone - nothing changed.
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Have you tried going into BIOS and looking?

Also which mouse port you using for future reference?
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