I just installed a drive from my old work computer into my home computer. At home I run Windows 7 Pro 64. The work one is Windows XP Pro 32. I get to the screen where you need to select a user, but neither my mouse nor keyboard will work at all. Ive tried a different mouse and an old PS/2 keyboard. Nothing.
My work computer was hooked up to a network, but I dont believe it was networked controlled login, just windows controlled login. Either way, my mouse and keyboard should work. I used the same mouse at work as at home, so not a driver issue there. Both had nvidia vid cards, both were nvidia 775 mobos (650i at work, 680i at home), so shouldnt be a huge driver issue there.
Just a little stumped on it. Keyboard works in BIOS.
You could try updating your motherboard drivers. I had a similar problem and this solved it. The only difference was that if I unplugged, then plugged in, the mouse worked again.
thing is, how can i install these drivers onto windows XP when I can only access windows 7? I tried putting my motherboard driver CD in but when you click install theres no option on location, it just reinstalls them automatically to windows 7.
I was thinking about maybe if i went to C:/Windows/Drivers and just copy and pasted everything to D:/Windows/Drivers? don't really know what I'm doing though
worried i might mess up XP even worse tho :S