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    Author hello AQ! and quick sos

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    Joined: Jun 07, 2010
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    From: canada

      Posted: 2010-06-07 18:22

    hello, newb here.  long time lurker and first time poster

    i am currently on my new asus N61J and lovin it.

    reason i am writing though is because of my other machine a sony vaio VGC-LV180DJ.  it quite literally just bombed out on me.  the keyboard and mouse are both wireless.  the first thing that happened was the keyboard and mouse lost connectivity.  tried reconnecting, powering down etc and nothing.

    so as a last resort i did a hard restart of the screen / HD.  now i am getting nothing except a black screen (of death).  its pretty helpless given that the keyboard and mouse are wireless (and ive never attached a wired keyboard) so i am not sure what else to do...

    any insight would be much much appreciated!



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    From: canada

      Posted: 2010-06-08 01:39

    some specs on my PC...

    basically off the shelf LV180DJ

    intel core 2 duo
    4GB RAM 2GBx2
    640 GB HD
    blue ray optical drive
    Vista OS

    i can now get to the windows login screen..but it seems to be a problem with the wireless keyboard and mouse not picking up connectivity..? plugged in a USB mouse and keyboard but its not recognizing those either...

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    From: Chicago,IL, USA

      Posted: 2010-06-08 20:58

    Hello invasion,

    Greetings and welcome.

    Have you tried booting Windows in "Safe Mode" to see if the keyboard and mouse works?
    It might be a driver issue but unless you can get Windows to load and get into Device Manager it will be hard to tell.

    If you cannot get into "Safe Mode" the only other thing I can think of is to try doing a system restore.


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