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Did this solve your problem? Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. Thanks for your feedback. Having been in touch with the Manufacture 'Lenovo' about this whole issue not having a Recovery key etc.
They saying the very limited BIOS currently is the aftermath and where the Keyboard is none functional during Windows installation all stems from BitLocker. So at present I do not know the next step in solving this, either by getting into CMD to change the format with a defunct keyboard or not being able to update the BIOS to a full extent as you would see on a normal PC and change the disk format there. Then carried out the commands as above, but it took a few updates to get the Lenovo updates to sort the keyboard problem.
Lenovo I thought would have offered something to sort the keyboard rather just blame Microsoft. October 6, Due to high volumes, response times in the community may be delayed over the next few days.
How can I get around this. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Andre for Directly Independent Advisor. Also, you can boot from the USB thumb drive, when you arrive at the 'install now' screen, disconnect the USB thumbdrive. Go through the setup process, partition the drive when it should prompt you to reconnect the drive the complete setup.
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I purchased an all-in-one unit and am trying to install Windows 7 on it Business software that only works with Win7.
Mouse and Keyboard Don't Work During Windows 7* Setup
I have managed to get to the install screen by disabling secure boot and enabling legacy devices but when I get to the 'Install Windows' screen my keyboard and mouse do not work. I have tried a wired keyboard and mouse and ensured that I am using the USB2.
I definitely need Windows 7 so hoping someone can assist with getting the USB ports working during the installation process. Go to Solution. You're not going to like this You can try this utility which will put the USB drivers you need into your W7 installation flash drive, but this program was written for PC's with the Skylake chipsets, not the Kaby Lake ones. As you mentioned, the Wi-Fi isn't working but the graphics are.
Is there any way to get the Wi-Fi working or methods that may work that I could try? Ignore my previous message. I only signed up to thank you, i have been looking for solution for 3 days, yet not a single one is clear and successful as yours, so thank you so much. Didn't find what you were looking for? Ask the community. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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I reset the computer via settings and am now trying to reinstall it, but neither my keyboard nor mouse will work or show up on the screen. The moment the Windows logo appears my mouse and keyboard turn off.
I have been running Windows 10 on this PC for years now and it worked perfectly. My Gigabyte motherboard is limited to USB 2. I fixed the issue. Instead of going we the reinstallation 'program' Windows gives you after you reset. I used a USB drive with the Windows installation media on it.
It seems to be working fine so far. I still do not know what the problem was, maybe windows wiped the drivers for the mouse and keyboard?
Here is the download link the to the Media Creation Tool. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. No keyboard or mouse during Windows 10 reInstall Ask Question. Asked 1 year, 10 months ago. Active 9 months ago. Viewed 4k times. Mihkel Mihkel 1 1 gold badge 2 2 silver badges 8 8 bronze badges. Updated, sorry for the mistake. There are no Windows 10 drivers available from the manufacturer as per gigabyte. I will see if I can get my hands on a PS-2 mouse.
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Had a user complain of blue screens so came down to help her, her Windows was broken so tried to run a Windows Repair. This didn't fix it. Decided to just start from scratch with a re-install after running a chkdsk and memory test. Cleared the disk through cmd and went to install Windows. The desktop refuses to acknowledge the mouse and keyboard.
They work in BIOS, but as soon as you hit the language selection page on the Windows install they just don't respond. The only thing I haven't tried is a PS1 mouse and keyboard, I don't think we have any in the business First off, thank you so much for the quick responses.
My coworker gave it another shot looking for a fix and came across these instructions and they worked! It ended up being what looks to be keyboard and mouse drivers from Kaspersky: klkbdflt.
Here are the instructions we followed, we used our USB Windows 7 installer but an install disc would work the same:. The problem is caused by additional drivers being specified in the registry entries for both the keyboard and mouse. So here is how to check for this and repair it:.
I've noticed that Windows 7 sometimes has a hard time recognizing a keyboard, and very often has a hard time recognizing a mouse. In XP or just about any other non-windows OS, you plug the mouse in and it just works without much delay. With Win7 and newer, it can take up to three minutes normally about half that for the mouse to start working after it's plugged in, and that timer resets if you try moving it to a different port or something.
Very frustrating, especially to end users. I assume this isn't what's happening to you, but try being patient anyway. It could take a few minutes before your mouse starts working, especially if it's just been plugged in. When you try a new one, give it plenty of time to start working. I had this exact issue with that model of PC.Forums New posts Search forums.
You should upgrade or use an alternative browser. Mouse and Keyboard not working during Windows Vista installation. Thread starter Ten2O Start date Dec 12, Ten2O Member.
I am attempting to install Windows Vista on a 1tb MBR hdd, but once I get into the first installation window the select language screen I can't continue as my mouse and keyboard turn off. Please help me with this problem. If you need any more info feel free to ask. Vistaar Vista Guru.
Windows Vista is older than USB 3. Windows 7 might be a better choice for your hardware. Vistaar said:. Last edited: Dec 13, Ten2O said:. I'm using USB2 though I'm pretty sure this server was made around If not, then I don't really know what the problem is although an old wired mouse might be worth a try. Hopefully someone who has had more experience with clean installs of Vista on various hardware will reply.
Be advised that software support for Vista - particularly browsers and antivirus - is almost nonexistent. Gold Member. I would try a wired mouse for a Windows install and maybe a basic keyboard rather than a gaming keyboard. The manufacturer's website doesn't list OS compatibility but if it isn't compatible with Vista then you won't be able to use special keys.A computer without a functioning mouse and keyboard is equivalent to a car without wheels.
Totally useless, right? Well, maybe not totally, but you get the point. That analogy describes the plight of some Windows 10 users who are unable to use their computers because the mouse and keyboard don't work. For some unknown reasons, if the mouse and keyboard of your Windows computer stopped working suddenly, we've outlined some solutions to fix the problem in this post. This mouse and keyboard dysfunction often arises after a recent OS update.
Some built-in Windows settings and configuration could also cause the said hardware to malfunction randomly. The solutions below should help you get your mouse and keyboard working again. When your computer's mouse and keyboard abruptly stop working at the login screen, it could be because Windows has failed to recognize, communicate, or properly load up the drivers responsible for the functioning of the mouse and keyboard.
So simply restarting your PC could help re-initiate communications between the device drivers and get your mouse and keyboard working again.
However, since the keyboard and mouse aren't functioning, you'd have to do a 'Hard Reboot. If the battery is non-removable, hold down the power button to manually shut it off. Wait for a couple of seconds to a minute and tap the power button to turn it back on. That should help fix the inactive mouse and keyboard issues.
According to some Windows users who have encountered his issues in the past, they were able to use both the mouse and keyboard in Safe Mode. Try booting your computer into Safe Mode and try the troubleshooting options listed below 1 to 4. Step 2: Tap the power button to turn it back on. Now, when Windows is loading with the spinning dot on the display, press and hold the power button until the PC shuts down. Step 3: Repeat this process twice or thrice.
On the fourth start, Windows will detect that you are trying to fix some issues and automatically boot into the Recovery Environment. This is where you would be able to boot into Safe Mode. Step 7: Tap the Restart button at the bottom-right corner of the Startup Settings page.
Step 8: Tap the number 4 on your keyboard to boot into 'Safe Mode with Networking. Now that your PC is booted into Safe Mode, your mouse and keyboard should work. Proceed to try the troubleshooting options below to correct the abnormalities preventing both the mouse and keyboard from working in the normal boot mode.The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site.
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It only supports USB 2. Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7.
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