RE: Getting on with Vista without a keyboard
Thanks, Carlos, but I've tried that with no change - it's like the mouse and
keyboard driver are missing in Vista!
> Get somebody lend you a "plugable" keyboard, wheter USB or PS/2 in order to
> enter Windows.
> Leave your Wireless Keyboard on.
> Download latest MS Intellitype drivers and install them.
> Vista should now detect your keyboard.
> Power off, return the auxiliary keyboard to the person who lent it to you,
> power on.
> Best of luck.
> "IanB" wrote:
> > I've recently "upgraded" my Compaq computer to Vista (HP) and have been
> > studiously upgrading all my drivers (inluding Firefox for IE7 - it keeps on
> > "stopping" despite reseting the damn thing) and had got around to MS
> > Intellitype for my Wireless Multilmedia keyboard - until I noticed that it
> > was installed as a standard Compaq offering which excluded the multi function
> > keys. So, I uninstalled it and restarted and the New Hardware Wizard told me
> > it had found a Compaq keyboard. So I uninstalled it and restarted and now I
> > can't get in to Windows because neither mouse nor keyboard (it's password
> > protected) are working.
> > HELP!
> > I tried Safe Mode up it still wants a password and wont let me in! Anyone
> > know how to get around this one and also get the MS keyboard rather than the
> > Compaq one to install?
> > PLEASE?
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Ian B