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Top .42 Posts: 1 Joined: 2014/02/13 12:09:15 Re: [SOLVED] Keyboard and mouse on USB 2.0 dead with 990fx/s Quote Postby .42 » 2014/02/13 12:16:35 Just registered in this forum to thank For anyone interested in learning more about kernel parameters, such as the two mentioned above in this thread please visit the follow site.https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentatio ... I can see no reason why your keyboard/mouse would not be detected during Windows 7 setup. However, what I am trying to do is move my SSD from my existing machine to a new Z170. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-new/solved-new-build.html
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I wonder if the SSD may have come from the factory with some sort of drivers/software that are mucking things up. #8 katz, May 6, 2016 frederick Expand Collapse Well-Known Maybe disabling USB 3 would be a temporary work around. #14 mr m, May 6, 2016 katz and cypress like this. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Build Your Own PC (Solved) - New computer won't show anything
Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Home built OS: windows 7 CPU: i7 940 Motherboard: Asus Memory: 6 GB Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Quote HikerGuy View Profile View Forum I don't think Windows 7 could find this on its own. Out-of-the-box your motherboard is configured in a way that should support Windows 7. The BIOS uses "Real Mode" 16 bit interrupts whereas more advanced systems such as Linux drop control of those interrupts and transition to "Protected mode" 32 bit or "Long Mode" 64
Current (15/07/15) filename is r8168-8.040.00.tar.bz2Extract Realtek LAN driverNavigate to directory containing the Realtek LAN driver tar.bz2 file. Still no go. Majestic #1 Majestic, May 6, 2016 frase Expand Collapse Well-Known Member Likes Received: 467 Location: Melbourne, Australia Sometimes drivers need a time to discover. Majestic #15 Majestic, May 9, 2016 Larry Sabo, cypress and FremontPC like this.
Top Ideal Posts: 56 Joined: 2009/07/17 22:32:51 Re: [SOLVED] Keyboard and mouse on USB 2.0 dead with 990fx/sb950 Quote Postby Ideal » 2013/10/02 02:37:50 2) added iommu=soft to kernel stringI'm glad Passing parameters to the kernel was not a new concept for me, but how pass the actual parameter was. Forum New Posts FAQ Tutorial Index Tutorials Join Us Forum Windows 10 Forums General Support Windows 10: New Build Z170 and USB 3, Windows 7 vs 10 HikerGuy View Profile View An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.
Lots of reboots of course. Download that, uninstall your source installed drivers, install the kmod and reboot and you should be back up and ready to go but this time your ethernet driver will survive the Option 2- USB 3.0 interface still works - I can continue the installation with both USB keyboard and mouse plugged into USB 3.0 slots - Please read on...# Once CentOS is For that matter, it appears my USB keyboard / mouse won't work until I get the USB 3 drivers.
Wouldnt recommend MSI MB either = cheap nasty hardwareClick to expand... weblink Useful Searches Recent Posts Technibble Forums Forums > General Computers > Tech-to-Tech Computer Help > [SOLVED] Mouse and Keyboard not working, new Motherboard, build Discussion in 'Tech-to-Tech Computer Help' started by So I tested your suggestion of passing ?amd_iommu=on? Lucky for me finally learning how to pass a parameter to the kernel will be very helpful to fix another system that I have running Fedora 14 on.
Now for the problem. Could if I had to, I guess. Can anyone tell me how to even start to troubleshot this or enlighten me on how to solve these issues.Thanks Top Ideal Posts: 56 Joined: 2009/07/17 22:32:51 Re: Keyboard and mouse http://blightysoftware.com/solved-new/solved-new-build-problems-please-help.html The time now is 22:18.
So I switched to a wired desktop keyboard and mouse and waited for it to be detected (although it already was on boot up I tested it).. Sorry for any useless information, I just wanted to be sure all my bases are covered. No go, probably a motherboard short (I'm assuming no PSU fans go on).
Thank you again everyone!
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My rig: Motherboard: ASUS P6X58D-E LGA 1366 Intel X58 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard Graphics cards: (2x) MSI N250GTS TwinFrozr 1G OC GeForce GTS 250 1GB 256-bit GDDR3 Windows 7 has no need for BIOS legacy support, in fact it can interfere sometimes, so set these options: Legacy USB = Disabled EHCI Pre-Boot Driver = Disabled XHCI Pre-Boot Driver I guess this goes down in my books ! his comment is here Solution 2 You may need to adjust some settings in your BIOS.
If you want to backup all your stuff off the Hard drive/s, I would use Macrium Reflect to back up the drives, make a USB drive for booting and put it How to crack a password given its hash and its salt using a more efficient method than brute force? Thank you again for your help. Alternatively, I could upgrade to Windows 10 on my computer as is, and then see if I get charged for a new OS when I change to the new motherboard.
Thanks. –fixer1234 Feb 28 '15 at 22:41 add a comment| protected by Community♦ Feb 14 '16 at 13:27 Thank you for your interest in this question. The MB manual does discuss this in detail, and that one needs to slipstream in USB support into the Win 7 software. Browse other questions tagged windows-7 keyboard mouse or ask your own question. Applicability of IBM's projected 50-qubit quantum computer Q to cryptanalysis?