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No keyboards work in Win7

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Yesterday I was transferring all my components to another case, and now when I boot up to windows the drivers for my Saitek Cyborg keyboard do not work. I've been uninstalling, and reinstalling drivers all day, system restore failed, so I decided to connect my old logitech wireless keyboard that has a PS/2 receiver. Guess what? Theres a device manager error showing on that as well. Both k/b's work fine outside of windows. Is something corrupt? or does something in the registry possibly need to be deleted/reset, or maybe a service I'm overlooking?
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What error code is Windows giving under "properties"?
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What error code is Windows giving under "properties"?
This device cannot start. (Code 10)
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Any other devices having trouble starting? Try multiple ports? Is it just the media keys not working on the Cyborg? Or doesn't light up or turn on at all?

Sounds like a southbridge issue. I would say your USB ports are in 1.1, but your PS/2 is also not working. Reset BIOS to defaults, no overclocks.
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Any other devices having trouble starting? Try multiple ports? Is it just the media keys not working on the Cyborg? Or doesn't light up or turn on at all?

Sounds like a southbridge issue. I would say your USB ports are in 1.1, but your PS/2 is also not working. Reset BIOS to defaults, no overclocks.
Yeah once when I had it overclocked my uhhh, ethernet port stopped working. The only thing I have OC'd right now is my RAM. That's weird. You think it could be an issue with the mobo itself, or is it time for another update?
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well, your CPU acts as your NPU if a ded NPU does not exist in the rig, so yeah...a bad OC could cause that.

Still try resetting BIOS. I don't know your BIOS like I know mine so I'm not sure what port options it gives you, but I can disable certain functions of USB like 2.0 mode, etc. So I want to see what a default BIOS will do for you.
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Its still doing the same thing, with default settings. Any other ideas?
post #8 of 34
Have you installed chipset drivers?
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Have you installed chipset drivers?
I don't think I did. This mobo came open box, and I don't remember going to Asus' site for any drivers.
post #10 of 34
My Saitek Eclipse II works fine but its really making me mad. Certain keys only work sometimes and I'm sick of it. SO i'm trying to plug a PS2 keyboard in but its not working. Any ideas on that? Do i have to restart the PC for PS2 keyboards?
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOS
Sandisk Z400s Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200RPM 64MB Cache Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache Windows 10 Pro 
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