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Report John- Apr 26, 2010 at 11:14 AM definitely didn't work Report ::gren- Jun 29, 2010 at 08:06 AM dan-PRO_XP: Too late, I'm telling your mom =P This problem is wicked Join the community here. Just black screen with a mouse cursor solved Just installed a new PSU, Now booting process doesn't get past ASUS splash screen. Aug 27, 2007 #13 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.

solved No boot up menu, no cursor, Just black screen. Thanks. no no we wont go. if it doesn't work with a mouse what do we do????

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solved boot to black screen and mouse cursor, no safe mode, no nothing *QB SERVER* keyboard and mouse stopped working after 5 mins...but working in safe mode solved Mouse OK, but Dell may have a DOS utility partition can access with a DOS boot cd - Windows 98 for example. One interesting note is that the hard drive light is constant with the PC on.

Report tenetsam- Jun 5, 2010 at 11:03 AM Try this, I got it from Microsoft and it worked perfectly on my PC I have your solution, it is registy problem, boot All Rights Reserved. I rebooted in safemode with command prompt, started the explorer.exe, went to the control pannel and resetted all visual settings to default. Windows 8 Safe Mode No Cursor You can just unplug them to plug in PS2 ones.

Here go to Troubleshoot > advanced setting > Startup setting > Restart with Safe boot (should be sthing like press F4) Then hurry to go to the device manager from where Mouse And Keyboard Not Working In Safe Mode Since these files are required the system halts and the changes made by AVG are still in so even though you replace the files it again deletes them. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? useful source or way to log in without using my mouse??

Vista Ultimate 32 bit. Acer Laptop Cursor Disappears Uninstalled it and everything worked fine. so what do I do?? :( Report dan-PRO_xp- Jun 28, 2010 at 09:31 PM when I pressed crtl alt and delete, nothing happens. Login now.

Mouse And Keyboard Not Working In Safe Mode

I can now access the repair functions. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/246421-45-mouse-keybord-safe-mode I added a 500 gb drive and installed it as the primary drive by exchanging the SATA cable from the existing primary drive. No Mouse In Safe Mode Leave usb cables unplugged, and power computer back on. Keyboard Not Working In Safe Mode Windows 10 then ill be okay.

and i still couldn't move the mouse or use my keyboard so im back where i started.. works great. hope this helps. Does it work with a PS2 mouse and keyboard? Mouse Doesn't Work In Safe Mode

To fix this problem the changes AVG made to the boot need to be removed. no more death screen. The hardware list is as follows: Quad Core Intel 9550 2 Corsair DDR3 (2 gb) 2 nVidia 9800 GTX+ 2 Western Digital 1 TB Hard Drives (1 Primary - 1 Backup) Report Franco- Mar 12, 2010 at 09:40 AM Thanks a lot for the suggestion, this worked for me, it was a stupid usb hard drive I had plugged in, I just

so i cnt actually click on the admin accoun.. Can't Get Out Of Safe Mode Windows 10 So I guess I need to remove Nvidia drivers or know where to go to change the video driver to a plain jane basic generic driver; but I have to do Booting failed later, but with no backup created.

Please help(: Report lapstopped- Dec 7, 2009 at 03:13 PM Hi Pete, I'm dying for some help, and to be honest, I'm pretty novice when it comes to laptops.

my virus protection ran out a day or two ago and I was wondering if it could be a virus.. Included for free were updated versions of add-on software (Roxio and Cyberlink). Yes there both USB and if you meen do they both work in noral mode ( yes ) And if I change the bios they will not work in PS2 corecct Windows 10 Safe Mode No Keyboard the cleaner founded some stuff and its a pretty nice program to ,thx for that only it didnt fix the blackscreen problem ,same gos for bull(omg never take that 1) ,AVT:

I tried the alt-ctrl-delete/task manager/new task/explorer and now i'm able to get into my programs and files. Using the recovery cd- did CHKDSK /R, BOOTCFG /REBUILD, FIXBOOT, and FIXMBR. I scanned my comp, it deleted 1121 viruses, and asked me to restart my computer, I restarted, and ended up just like you, a blank screen with a mouse. How do I get it back?

After trying several long reboots and encountering the same blank black screen, I tried 3 hard shut-off and restarts of my machine in a row quickly without allowing the computer to solved Dell 1545 Inspiron Windows 7 hp 32bit, nothing works just keeps going back to black screen with cursor or quick blue flash the solved NO BIOS on boot up after Boot.ini (in C: -hidden system file) seemed to be a problem. Helpful +70 Report DotCom Jun 16, 2009 at 12:58 PM Unplug any usb devices while computer is on with blank cursor.

And thanks in advance for your help. Ask a question and give support. you should see your background image and the taskbar as well as your icons. Once logged in, the cable can be reconnected.

my plan is to back up everything and re-install the OS because it is all screwed up. You're getting virus left and right because you dont know what you're doing, take it to a professional before it's beyond repair. But this time that did not work. I tried booting from the Windows CD and repair mode installation from the CD but once it copies files to the hard drive and reboots from the hard drive it still

Phade. now my internet connection isn't working but that's another problem. Before the Windows updates, the workaround was not necessary. In this window, you can type c: into the address bar and you will get an Explorer window.

After Windows gets some updates, it needs to reboot; after the restart and the Windows startup logo, the screen remains black. It can be started using a floppy or cd - do not need to be in windows. The system will roll back installs to that restore point; reboot only when prompted Once I did this, my system was able to boot and worked normally again! To do this, assuming you are using a laptop, unplug the computer, take the battery out, and then hit the power button a few times.

My computer (windows vista buisness 32-bit) got a BAD virus that would create a new virus everytime a program is opened, and give me an error message something like "Runtime error Stay logged in Sign up now! Report Fiebs- Apr 20, 2010 at 05:04 PM Pretty slick idea Pete - thanks Report ddtzwofles- Apr 21, 2010 at 09:55 AM you are god I am soooooooo happy thanks Report