To Boot From CD Press Any Key / Keyboard Is Not Working
Today my computer went slow so i restarted it and from that point it kept doing the same thing: it starts, then the dialog where it asks u if to start normal or safe mode (but keyboard doesnt work) then after the 28sec it tries to load windows, but a blue screen is shown and then restart again. I put the reinstalation CD but when i get to the "To boot from CD press any key" i cant becouse keyboard is not working.
Press Any Key To Boot From CD-ROM
Format the partition you are going to use for the install.Restart your computer.Go into the BIOS Change your boot order and Make the CD-ROM your boot drive.Insert the CD and restart the Personal Computer.When prompted, Press Any key to boot from CD-ROM.Make sure that your computer is boot able by CD, otherwise this will not work.
Press Any Key To Boot From CD / Message When Installing Pro
I've tried several times to install Windows XP now on a new Maxtor drive bought just the other day. When I have the disc in, it loads to the blue install screen without asking me to press a key to boot from cd, I choose to install, partition the drive and format. It copies the files and then restarts, but when it loads again it still doesn't ask for me to press a key (which you aren't supposed to press the second time), and it loads back to the first menu, where I can start all over again.
Laptop Keyboard Not Working Properly - Del Key Not Responding
My laptop keyboard suddenly stopped working he other day. I uninstalled the driver and rebooted and got most, but not all, keboard function back. I removed the keyboard and inspected it but there was no sign of damage or of anything having been spilt on it. Also prior to this there had been no sign of any problem. The key that is completely non functional is del but if I press t or g i get tg and if I press y or h I get yh. Also (in word) pressing [ or , or . causes the first letter is a series to be capitalised whilst - takes you to save file.
Keyboard Not Working During Boot Up
I have had a weird problem of the keyboard not working during boot up -- except it WILL let me get into BIOS. And this is the ONLY time it will not work.A little background is in order, however. Previously, the keyboard stopped working, first during boot up, then totally. Then the mouse stopped working as well. Couldn't do anything at all.... The keyboard is a Micro Innovations, and I'd had it plugged into the PS/2, but I eventually found out that if I plugged it into the USB port instead (it goes either way), the keyboard would work. So, I went out & got a USB mouse, and it worked too. So I was thinking that the card was fried.Last night, I decided to boot it into Safe mode to run some scans. And it wouldn't boot into safe mode, just kept ignoring my F8 command, and going straight to Windows. I did find out that it WILL take my DEL command and go into BIOS, where the keyboard works just fine. So tonite I thought I'd try a repair, thinking maybe some files were corrupt. And it will not take any keystroke to boot from the CD. Again, I can still get into BIOS, though. And, as you can see, it is working fine now. This is how it started in the PS/2 port, when it eventually quit working altogether.
Press A Key To Reboot
My computer had a problem when it would turn on and turn off randomly, or it would start and shut off automatically. I took it to the repair shop and told me it could be power supply. They had the power supply changed and now every time it turns on I get a "Press a Key to Reboot", and even when I press a key it would still go back to that message. They told me the solution would be to reformat the computer, but important files and programs are on there and there is no back up so I can't have it formatted. Anyone has any solution to this? The computer was fine before, it just wouldn't start up sometimes but when it does it runs smoothly
Ntldr Is Missing-press Any Key To Restart
I was getting the message "ntldr is missing-press any key to restart". I was able to fix that through trail and error. After I restarted my computer I got the message "disc error". Would someone be able to help out. I am running Windows XP.
Backtick Key Doesn't Press
When I press the backtick key (top left) it doesn't do anything, until I press it again, when it produces two, "``", but I can never get just one. I've got all regional settings set at "English (United Kingdom). The device is listed as standard 102/103 or microsoft natural.
Power Save - Press Any Key Or Move The Mouse
Just bought my grandson a Dell ( DPH).GX280+ 15" monitor from a co. This a reconditioned unit(suppose)? CPU fan sounds akin to a euro fighter on take off,but the main problem is that the on screen message on the monitor is "power save- press any key or move the mouse "Problem is the usb ports are not supplying power to mice or keyboards .(Tried a few) The monitor is ok.as tried it on this comp.Anybody any ideas or is it just a duff buy?
Locks Up Mouse / Keyboard - Recover Press Reset Button
I use Windows XP home edition. My computer locks up every now and then, the mouse, keyboard, everything. The only way to recover it is to press the reset button. It may go for days and have no problems, then may lock up several times in one day. Than it might go for days again with no problems. It happens a lot when you are playing the windows games, but it will also do it sometimes with other programs. I have looked everywhere to try and figure it out, but I have had no luck. Do you have any ideas what might be causing this or where I can look to correct this problem?
OS Installation - Invalid System Disk - Remove Then Press Any Key To Continue
A friend of mine gave me a few computers- because his office was upgrading all of their systems- I reformatted many of them and installed windows me (they are too slow to support xp), but I am having a problem with one. Originally it had windows 2000 pro as the os( I didn't have the password to log-into the computer) So I ran fdisk, formatted the hard drive, then tried to install the new os but I keep getting the error message upon booting that "invalid system disk, remove then press any key to continue".
I thought the cd-rom was bad so I replaced it, I changed the boot sequence, used a floppy to boot, even got the hard drive manufacturer's utility program to prep the drive for the os but even that doesn't work. Am I missing something? Does the fact that I didn't have the password to enter the computer have anything to do with this? I used this same method for installing me on all the other systems and they are fine, but this one is an issue.
Boot Up Gets User Screen For User Selection Both Keyboard And Mouse Stop Working
I am trying to fix a friends computer my usual story. Once it gets to the user screen for user selection both keyboard and mouse stop working, its either they stop working or the computer freezes, i am not sure. Life still goes to the mouse as it still lights. The keyboad works fine in the bios but not at freezing point.
Screen Stucks On Boot Screen - Keyboard/mouse Are Not Working
My computer is stuck on the boot screen, the mouse is lit up as to be working the keyboard flashed its lights as it always does when you boot but then everything seems to stop there. the screen is stuck on the boot screen the keyboard doesnt seem to work (lights are gone and wont come back on.) the lights on the back of the computer (the yellow and green ones) are all yellow but one. The C light is green. they are a steady color. Not blinking. A,B,D are all yellow.
Keyboard Not Working / No Lights Come Up On The Keyboard
My friends keyboard is not working. When she turns the computer on no lights come up on the keyboard. Have tried another keyboard and still the same. Unable to get into the computer to check bios etc as there is a password on the account.
Keyboard Lock - Numlock Key
Is there a way of locking the keyboard similar to the NUM LOCK key?. My kitten keeps walking over the keyboard and this has become a nuisance especially if I am online and not actually at the computer myself.
USB Mouse Not Working, Yet Keyboard Is Working?
I just recently reinstalled Windows XP on my computer, my USB keyboard is working fine, but my mouse is not working, I tried it in all the USB ports for it and I am getting no response, I am getting a curser on screen but no movement nor am I able to click.
Boot Failure:No HDD In Boot Menu/insert System Disk And Press Enter?
first i get the HP blue screen. I tried F1, but i dont see my hard drive in the boot menu. I followed some steps in Hp's web site- took the cpu apart and unplugged both hard drives from the motherboard, plugged them back in. when i restarted ,i got the HP screen and then windows started to load up. After a few seconds the HP screen came back up and then the black screen: sk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter. I also noticed that pressing F10 for system recovery does nothing.
Keyboard Not Working
one of which is my key board is not wrking and im havin to use the frustrating on screen key board. im getting tjis error code Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware because a previous instance of the device driver is still in memory. (Code 38)i relly need help fixingb this please please helpme ive tried restarting, uninstallig and reinstalling the keyboard: all of which i was toldv to do by the troubleshooter, whih is completly useless. so pleas help me fix this fst.
Press H To Boot From Hard Drive
Anyone know how to automatically boot from the hard drive? Has any one seen this before? I have been in the BIOS, set the hdd as the first device to boot from.I have looked through the BIOS but I can't find anything that jumps out as different or pertaining to this Boot Message.I looked at the boot.ini file, nothing there.I am running Win2k Pro.I don't know where else to look to disable this boot interaction..
Keyboard Not Working In Certain Modes
On a friends laptop, yesterday all of a sudden her keyboard give in and the right hand half of the keyboard stopped working. Well, didn't stop working, but just displayed the wrong characters. I'm 99% sure (don't ever want to be 100% incase ur wrong eh? ) that it isn't a hardware fault, but infact a software problem, but I can't find the source of the problem.I done all the usual checks on the system from my side. I got her to check for spyware/malware/etc, virus scan with latest definitions, the lot. The problem still didn't go away. Under safe mode within the Administrator profile, the keyboard works fine and all the keys work. I couldn't understand why this was, but then she told me last night that she found something out even more puzzling. Even under safe mode, when she goes into HER profile, the keyboard stops working again.
USB Keyboard Not Working
I have a Dell Dimension 5150 which has no PS/2 inputs for Keyboard or Mouse only USB ports.I recently did something I regret now. I was installing a USB TV Tuner which told me I need to install a up to date USB 2.0 Driver which was on the Install CD. I did this, but now my Keyboard and Mouse do Not work when Windows XP starts.The Keyboard works in BIOS with all lights showing on the Keyboard, but as soon as Windows XP starts to load then the lights go off and nothing works.There are no settings that I can see in BIOS that works and I do not have a backup of my Hard Drive.
Setup Keyboard Not Working At All
I took a side job for a co-worker to fix her computer because when she boots it comes to the blue screen of death. Well, come to find out, the partition of the HD that the OS is loaded on is corrupted so she agreed that we could start from scratch. Sounds fine, right - but no. I'm going to boot from dell's XPsp2 cd (tried multiple cd's) and everything seems fine until I need to actually use the keyboard. A few seconds before the screen comes up that asks you if you want to repair your computer or install windows, the light on the keyboard goes off and nothing works on it. So, I've tried mulitple keyboards and usb ports on the computer (no PS2 ports) - no dice. Tried resetting the bios to the original state - no dice.
Keyboard Is Quit Working
I have a Dell inspiron 530 with XP and a keyboard that quit working. I have tried everything I can think of. Safe mode malware runs, uninstalls and reinstalls, driver downloads and updates. I am also having more redirects on my internet than usual. Using the on screen keyboard now.