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Can't move mouse or type on windows start up

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September 4, 2013 3:19:33 PM

I re downloaded windows 7 on my computer and it worked fine then I got from drivers off my disc for my board then it restarted and now when it comes to the login I can't do anything I can't type in my password or anything and when I got to the bios part of my computer it comes up with a a9 error on my board any help would be great thanks
a c 1533 V Motherboard
September 4, 2013 8:11:57 PM

Mobo/CPU? etc
September 5, 2013 12:07:23 AM

Tradesman1 said:
Mobo/CPU? etc

It is a asrock fatality z77 board grapics card radeon 7790 intel i5 Kingston ram
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a c 1533 V Motherboard
September 5, 2013 12:13:34 AM

Have you tried a CMOS reset via the mobo jumper (directions in your manual) . Are you using a USB keyboard? If so may want to try with a basic PS2 keyboard or another keyboard - might also try in different USB ports...
September 5, 2013 12:15:30 AM

Tradesman1 said:
Have you tried a CMOS reset via the mobo jumper (directions in your manual) . Are you using a USB keyboard? If so may want to try with a basic PS2 keyboard or another keyboard - might also try in different USB ports...

I have tryed all USB slots I have not used a ps2 keyboard and I cannot get into bios either
a c 1533 V Motherboard
September 5, 2013 11:35:57 AM

Did you try the CMOS reset?
September 6, 2013 3:43:39 AM

Tradesman1 said:
Mobo/CPU? etc


Tradesman1 said:
Have you tried a CMOS reset via the mobo jumper (directions in your manual) . Are you using a USB keyboard? If so may want to try with a basic PS2 keyboard or another keyboard - might also try in different USB ports...
I tryed the ps2 keyboard didn't work and I didn't want to do a CMOS reset incase it doesn't work but I thought if I have a old hard drive plug that in a primary hard drive start it up on that then have my one in I should be blue I access it on that deleate windows reinstall it and it should work shouldn't it

September 6, 2013 3:45:03 AM

Tradesman1 said:
Mobo/CPU? etc


Tradesman1 said:
Have you tried a CMOS reset via the mobo jumper (directions in your manual) . Are you using a USB keyboard? If so may want to try with a basic PS2 keyboard or another keyboard - might also try in different USB ports...
I tryed the ps2 keyboard didn't work and I didn't want to do a CMOS reset incase it doesn't work but I thought if I have a old hard drive plug that in a primary hard drive start it up on that then have my one in I should be blue I access it on that deleate windows reinstall it and it should work shouldn't it

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