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idata
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PS/2 Mouse not working after updating BIOS on Intel® D845PESV Desktop Board

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I download and Install the update file from directly the intel website the webpage link is here >>

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?lang=eng&changeLang=true&DwnldID=6047 http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?lang=eng&changeLang=true&DwnldID=6047

BIOS update details:

File name: svap09eb.exe Version: P09

Date: 05/15/2003 Status: Latest

Size: 1.22 MB Language: English

after updating bios it shows that the previous bios version is updated to the new version successfully. then it automatically reboot the PC but after rebooting my PS2 Mouse is not working. I was try another PS2 and USB Mouse but its not working. Even any mouse device can't found in the Control Panel > Mouse Properties and i also not found any mouse device in the My Computer > Properties > Hardware > Device Manager . I'm really very frustrated how can i solve the problem....... Can any one Plz help..me...me...I GOD promise that I'm very grateful to you.

PC Configuration :

Processor : Intel® Pentium® 4 @ 2.66 GHz, 512K Cache, 533 MHz FSB

Main Board : Intel® D845PESV Desktop Board

Ram : 1 GB DDR 400Mhz

VGA : ASUS V9900 (Nvidia GeForce FX5800) AGP8X 128MB DDR VGA

HDD : Maxtor / 120GB / 5400 RPM / 2MB cache / IDE Hard Drive

DVD/CD-RW : ASUS

Operating System : Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 2)

please help me......help me.....help me.....

 

Give me a solution, how can I restore the previous bios version or resolve the problem. I also forget the previous/main bios version number......help me.....help me...

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idata
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Go into the BIOS and under the Exit Menu load optimal defaults. That might fix the problem. You might have to go back into the BIOS a second time and change things to how they were set before the update. Also consider replacing the battery as it's rated to last only three years with the system unplugged.

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idata
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Go into the BIOS and under the Exit Menu load optimal defaults. That might fix the problem. You might have to go back into the BIOS a second time and change things to how they were set before the update. Also consider replacing the battery as it's rated to last only three years with the system unplugged.

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idata
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I'm very very very grateful 2 u. Thank you so much....

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