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I was stuck at the second step of the installation where it couldn't find any device drivers, or something like that. I followed every other threads recommendations (go download the manufacturers drivers for my pc (dell), copy onto flash drive and install on PC) but my flash drive is not being recognized. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Less load on the USB to run it. this contact form

Vanion says thanks. Jan 30, 2016 at 4:27 PM #7 Vanion New Member Joined: Jan 30, 2016 Messages: 4 (0.01/day) Thanks Received: 0 Bill_Bright said: ↑ Is this a new build? Thanks, though –ewok Dec 11 '14 at 3:49 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Now that we know your motherboard make/model, things get interesting. I think the problem was the original Mac OS software did not set up the install USB or the BootCamp Driver USB correctly the first time.

Mouse And Keyboard Not Working Windows 7 Install

I posted it here: "A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing" Saw the thread. Expand category "Universal Serial Bus controllers".3. If the keyboard and mouse still doesn't work even on Windows 8.x setup, then it's likely something dodgy is up with your motherboard. solved keyboard and mouse not working after booting from win7 setup dvd No USB (so no mouse/keyboard to install drivers) when moving XP SSD to new machine.

put it in the CD drive and install his drivers with a PS2 keyboard (CPU level interrupts) Ruyki says thanks. Try Win7 setup again. And because they usually run the front ports as well, those won't work either. No Usb Drivers Windows 7 Pull that hard drive, connect to a working computer and download all the files you need on to the laptops hard drive.

Now my usb mouse doesnt work solved Fresh Install, No USB & No Drivers detected. Once your online in linux, download the drivers in to the physical hard drive. What version of windows are you trying to load? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2866006/windows-fresh-install-internet-usb-doesnt-work-install-drivers.html Tho Ubuntu might be easier to navigate.

Reply to peteralbright azaranMar 11, 2016, 1:07 AM peteralbright said: azaran said: Well two options. 1. Usb Not Working Windows 7 Fresh windows 7 install, no drivers or internet Windows 7 Fresh Install, No internet. If no luck... It dosen't say what is is on it.

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Except they work just fine in the BIOS Setup Menu, which suggests the Chipset drivers are just fine. https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/comments/3k1duo/troubleshooting_windows_7_fresh_install_no_usb/ No ethernet driver, no usb, no cd rom solved Help, I placed an ISO file correctly to install windows 8.1 via USB, It works and is bootable but the computer detects Mouse And Keyboard Not Working Windows 7 Install Assuming you have access to another working PC that is! How To Install Drivers Without Internet Or Usb Restart your PC.

Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. http://appsizematters.com/windows-7/after-windows-7-install-system-hangs-before-windows-loads.html Pull that hard drive, connect to a working computer and download all the files you need on to the laptops hard drive. USB3 speeds, recognition, windows installation, everything.It turns out the updates I performed originally on the Mac OS did not work right. Either way does the same thing. Usb Not Working After Installing Windows 7

  1. If you use the Paid version to try resolving the problem but the problem persists, you can contact us for further assistance. Our professional support team will help resolve the problem.
  2. the easiest way out is to probably visit the manufacturers webpage and download the drivers.
  3. I've just made a bootable Linux drive using the yumi solution from your link, and downloaded the USB and wireless LAN drivers on Ubuntu and saved them on my hard drive.
  4. How do I install drivers?
  5. In this case the problem (though we have not seen a snapshot of devman or had a clear enough explination from the OP to draw from) is that the mouse and
  6. I am not saying it is definitely not the chipset drivers, I am just saying the symptoms "suggest" it is not.
  7. Try steps below:1.
  8. Create a bootable linux drive, boot off that and then downloaded the needed chipset drivers.

now I can't remember what I did to get the mouse and keyboard working It's an MSI Z97 - with Windows 7. note-restore the system in any back date. share|improve this answer edited Dec 11 '14 at 19:57 answered Dec 11 '14 at 19:36 misha256 7,05733147 I was able to get Windows installed using an old PS/2 keyboard navigate here Out-of-the-box your motherboard is configured in a way that should support Windows 7.

Revised Ranger Animal Companion Damage What gives fresh milk a yellow tinge? Installing Windows 7 From Usb Drivers Not Found Reply to wiatt rcfaroJun 19, 2014, 11:28 AM Just put your PEN USB in first BOOT and connec your mouse and Keyboard in USB 2.0For me work... Apr 14, 2015 10:54 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Loner T, Loner T Apr 14, 2015 11:01 AM in response to YukonHut Level 7 (26,320 points)

Sorry, read Asus not Asrock first time around.

Worked for me. It would be nice if OP could clarify whether he's stuck at the OS installation screen OR at Windows login screen. Why is trying to talk children out of how they feel a bad idea? No Usb Drivers No Internet I am trying to downgrade to Win7 but I am only able to get to the home screen of the Win7 choose "language & keyboard options".

List any error messages and symptoms. The first two are USB3, although now I notice they are only experiencing USB2 speeds on the mac side whatever that means. The BIOS is contained in PCH (platform controller hub - formally called the Southbridge) which is part of the chipset. his comment is here If this is the case then the OP should be able to load the chipset drivers from the MOBO manufacturer and the issue should be resolved.

I suspecting this is a USB issue and I would start by ensuring you have them connected in the designated ports pointed out by silentbogo. would an optical drive work? If you did not use an Apple Superdrive, BC drivers do not have the correct drivers for supporting a different brand. Best regards MrJelliBelli Glad I was able to help out.