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New MOBO is having keyboard issues?

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So here's whats going on. I just built a new computer, here are the parts:

Asus P7H57D-V EVO
MSI HD5770
G.skill DDR3-1333mhz (4gig, 2 gig sticks)
windows 7 64bit
750w PSU
intel i5-660

The problem I'm having is that once I boot into windows the keyboard no longer works. However, it does work in the BIOS. Windows always says that it fails to install drivers for the keyboard, and I've downloaded drivers for the mfg. and it still doesn't work 100% of the time. Sometimes it does work, and sometimes it doesn't.

Does anyone have any suggestions for this? Thanks.
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post #2 of 8
The same thing happens to my rig aswell. I still cannot find the root problem. Good luck man.
post #3 of 8
Is it plugged into a USB3 port? If so, put it in a USB2 port. I had this problem on my UD7
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Is it plugged into a USB3 port? If so, put it in a USB2 port. I had this problem on my UD7
Not plugged into USB 3.0. Tried all USB ports. No go. The mouse is USB and it works fine. All the keyboard lights are on, but none of the keys work in windows.
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post #5 of 8
I'd RMA it then.
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I'd RMA it then.
Got it to work by unplugging my mouse, and then plugging in my keyboard, then my mouse last...God I hate computers.
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Got it to work by unplugging my mouse, and then plugging in my keyboard, then my mouse last...God I hate computers.
I finally figured out what happened to me so I hope it helps you. I had my M-audio Fast Track Pro (usb) hooked up and once I installed the drivers for it, the next time I would reboot, the keyboard would fail to work. I haven't actually fixed the problem yet (only unplugged m-audio device) but hopefully there is a new driver or patch soon. So I think your problem is that one device is pulling too much power from the other essential devices.
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I finally figured out what happened to me so I hope it helps you. I had my M-audio Fast Track Pro (usb) hooked up and once I installed the drivers for it, the next time I would reboot, the keyboard would fail to work. I haven't actually fixed the problem yet (only unplugged m-audio device) but hopefully there is a new driver or patch soon. So I think your problem is that one device is pulling too much power from the other essential devices.
What other device could be pulling power? Video card, ram or mouse? Because those are all the devices plugged into it.
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