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I registered here just to thank you for the great advice. Sign in to make your opinion count. Nothings worked. Raf 03-20-2009, 10:59 AM #19 no_limtz Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: Texas Posts: 1 OS: vista Anyone know if this will work on a dimension E520? http://cygnussoft.com/keyboard-error/keyboard-error-on-boot-hp.html

My mouse doesnt move anymore, the cursor is still there but it wont move. And, since it performs the same with a USB and a PS2 keyboard, I'd suspect that there's a problem with the motherboard that can't be fixed (since you'll need a keyboard But if you have problems with it still. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.

written by: John Garger•edited by: M.S. Because the keyboard connector sticks out and has knobs on the side of it to tighten it down it will not allow me to plug it into any other port. Stuck key Ensure that there are no stuck keys on the keyboard. I guess it was something with my registry.

Up next Keyboard not working at boot [solved] - Duration: 1:09. Sign InJoinPrivacy Policy Proffitt Forum moderator / January 18, 2012 2:05 AM PST In reply to: re Since you owned it, you would be the most likely to find it at dell.com. I have tried another keyboard that works on the other computer and still keyboard failure.

Edited by DVtriple6, 16 November 2007 - 02:47 PM. The jumper is blue and will be connected to two of the three pins on the motherboard. -Remove the jumper block for a second (apparently this clears the memory?) then reconnect Does that work?2. Available ports may be located on the back of your computer on the motherboard or in the front of your computer.

I do not have the purple one. Patricia 03-11-2008, 10:41 PM #5 Barbarella Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2008 Posts: 1 OS: Win XP SP2 Quote: Originally Posted by Gravitychase I just had the same The jumper is blue and will be connected to two of the three pins on the motherboard. -Remove the jumper block for a second (apparently this clears the memory?) then reconnect They will work for Windows XP, Vista and 7.

Maybe a USB-hub going into one of the other ports is a good solution (they should be usable somehow, I think). http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/116759/keyboard-error-message-on-startup/ Loading... The system is quiet old, and I have to say I think Dell only made drivers for it up to windows XP. The following directions should help you troubleshoot your keyboard problems.

Sign in 553 129 Don't like this video? http://cygnussoft.com/keyboard-error/keyboard-failure-on-boot-dell.html Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Why I asked. We'll never spam you!Sign UpCancelBy signing up or using the Techwalla services you agree to the Techwalla Terms of Use and Privacy PolicySign UpLog InWe'll send you an email to reset When you boot your computer it boots to fast to be recognized or the keyboard is slow to be detected.

Forum Keyboard does not work at bootup Forum First bootup with usb keyboard Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Ask the community Tags Example: I am keen to give up on the box and get a new one, but then my questions is how easy is it to move the harddrive? It will then be detected and all the keys will work. Source m 0 l Can't find your answer ?

One thing of note, a couple weeks ago I had a similar error during boot up: Keyboard Failure, Drive 0 not found: Serial ATA, SATA-0 Press F1 to continue or something The Dell tech guy said the memory was corrupted or looped and this procedure cleared it out. That's the purple one shown in http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bestand:PS2_Ports_ATX.jpg (the green one is for a PS/2 mouse)?

ok my situation was i came home one day n my screen was blank n cpu was running.

Single Program Windows 10 Problem Issue in coding Remove malware from surface pro 4 Mouse moving and opening files out... Now to solve my "floppy diskette seek failure" ... I have tried a USB keyboard but that did not work either. turned it off for an hr.

Since it's your machine and you have access to the Service Tag you have fastest access to Dell.com and the setup manual.I can't guess this one for you but it sounds Ask ! Johnny Phung 1,741,219 views 11:59 Laptop Problem - All Keys Don't Work - Duration: 1:34. have a peek here Does anyone have a suggestion?

carbootcrazy 232,570 views 4:18 Top 10 Gaming Keyboards - Duration: 6:42. But anyway if you haven't already, try another PS/2 keyboard. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Just so you know. Set it to on or enabled.

by R. If you still can't get into the BIOS - then I'd have to suspect that the motherboard is bad. - John Microsoft MVP - Windows Experience ( http://www.carrona.org/ ) **If you by Coryphaeus / January 18, 2012 2:29 AM PST In reply to: re If not you've lost the USB drivers. That's quite nearby now: just press F2 if your keyboard functions and your in the (BIOS) setup to do what is adviced above.

No big deal. I dont understand how to reset elsewhere?? randomfrankp 3,666,343 views 11:12 Epic Das Keyboard 4 Professional Mechanical Keyboard Review - Duration: 16:45. The hardware within the machine is pretty fierce enough to withstand even windows 8 along with an updated video card., yet Dell refuses to update drivers to a fairly popular machine.

then turned it back on keyboard failure and floppy diskette messag still ther telin me to press f1 n f2 n so on. (the battery one disappeared guessin it took a I know where to look first for tech support in the future! 12-29-2008, 01:23 AM #13 herman_hugeload Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2008 Posts: 1 OS: Ubuntu 8.10 A keyboard error will occur if the keyboard is not attached to the computer or if it is loosely plugged into a USB port. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...

Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: USB-port by Kees_B Forum moderator / January 18, 2012 6:00 AM PST In reply to: kees It's not clear why you I know how to do things on the computer but dont know how to fix things if they go wrong.I appreciate all of your advice and for trying to help me The Dell tech guy said the memory was corrupted or looped and this procedure cleared it out. it was good computer for a good 5 years but it had to stuff up now wen i have my semester exams tomorrow morning.

First, if you are using an optical or laser mouse, turn the mouse over and look for a bright red (or maybe blue or green) light is coming out the opening I have a DELL dimension 9100 (not sure how big a difference it is to the 9150) and I tried the steps outlined above. If so, try a PS/2-keyboard in stead of a USB keyboard. If the back of the tower where all the ports are, have the old style Ps2 mouse and keyboard connectors try a ps2 keyboard in the ports provided.