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dlewis005
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why is my wired keyboard and mouse not working on my omni 120 all in one

i just bought this allin one and when i came home the hardware was not working is there sumthin i can do to fix this"?

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Danjen
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Re: why is my wired keyboard and mouse not working on my omni 120 all in one

When you first use a device it has to detect the USB devices attached. I find that it is best to just plug in the keyboard first and turn it on.  Then after the keyboard is recognized, plug in the mouse.

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dlewis005
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Re: why is my wired keyboard and mouse not working on my omni 120 all in one

Hi Danjen,

Thanks for the suggestion, but It was working a week ago and then just stopped on me. I have unplugged the keyboard and mouse and tried to put them in different usb ports nothing happened. I am not even able to log in to windows seven because I can't put in my password.
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Danjen
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Re: why is my wired keyboard and mouse not working on my omni 120 all in one

Do you think you may have blown the usb port chip? Did you plug in a device with a problem? Do any of the usb ports have physical damage like the plastic guide bar missing and the pins shorted? Did the unit take an electrical hit? Can you remove the cmos battery and try for a bios reset?

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