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    Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

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    by COLBYBOLDT.18 ·

    I’m a gamer. I load into a game my mic and audio cuts out, if I try to fix the issue by unplugging and plugging back in or turning the headset on/off again then my mouse cursor freezes, and keyboard no longer works until I turn my pc off then on again. only happens when gaming and not every time I load into a game. I just recently updated all drivers to see if that’s a fix to it, but any other recommendations would be appreciated thank you.

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    • #4052341
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      Re: microphone and sound issues

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      I’d try a USB sound card in stead of the one built into your PC. If that works, it’s an easy and cheap fix.

      If that doesn’t solve your issue, it’s something else. The first thing to try then is a clean install of Windows and drivers and just 1 game. If that doesn’t help either it’s probably a hardware issue with the motherboard.

    • #4052591

      Mouse not working

      by mjmonirulislam9377 ·

      In reply to Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      I am a student. I have a one computer, but few days my mouse in not working I am try to fix the problem but not workng.

      • #4052648
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        Re: mouse

        by kees_b ·

        In reply to Mouse not working

        If it’s just the mouse that doesn’t work (but your next post says it’s much more):
        – if wireless, try new batteries
        – if wired, try another mouse

    • #4053101

      How to fix the driver

      by ChoochCA ·

      In reply to Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      I experience the same and I got confused to fix the drivers in my computers. Anyone in this case know how to maybe, so I’ll leave my trace here.

      • #4055318
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        Re: drivers

        by kees_b ·

        In reply to How to fix the driver

        That depends on the computer and the drivers. So please tell more about the PC and which driver(s) you want to update.

    • #4056807

      Reply To: Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      by Johnharper2020 ·

      In reply to Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      1.Disable Power Management for the USB Root Hub.
      2.Reinstall or Update the USB Hub Driver.
      3.Reinstall or Update the Problematic Hardware Driver.

      Regards,
      John

    • #4061439

      Reply To: Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      by knifeplatoon22 ·

      In reply to Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      Malware or viruses can cause all sorts of strange behavior on your computer, so it’s a good idea to run a virus scan to see if that could be the issue. You can use an antivirus program such as Windows Defender or Malwarebytes.

    • #4085329

      Reply To: Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      by Rashidali62019 ·

      In reply to Headset, keyboard, mouse not working

      It sounds like you are experiencing some issues with your headset and peripherals when gaming. Here are a few things you can try to resolve the issue:

      Check your headset and peripherals: Ensure that your headset and peripherals are functioning properly. Try plugging them into a different computer or device to see if the issue persists.

      Check your computer’s power settings: If your computer is set to enter a low-power state during periods of inactivity, this could be causing the issue. Try adjusting your power settings to see if this resolves the issue.

      Check your USB ports: It’s possible that your USB ports are malfunctioning or not providing enough power to your headset and peripherals. Try plugging them into different USB ports to see if this resolves the issue.

      Check your graphics card drivers: Graphics card drivers can also cause issues with peripherals. Ensure that your graphics card drivers are up-to-date.

      Disable any unnecessary background programs: Other programs running in the background could be causing conflicts with your gaming software. Try disabling any unnecessary programs to see if this resolves the issue.

      Check for any overheating: Overheating can cause issues with peripherals and other components. Ensure that your computer is properly ventilated and not overheating.

      If the issue persists after trying these solutions, it may be worth consulting with a computer technician to diagnose the problem.

      • This reply was modified 11 months, 2 weeks ago by Rashidali62019.
      • This reply was modified 5 months, 3 weeks ago by Avatar photokees_b.
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