restore deleted Registry Key (keyboard/Mouse)

By Stalli0n29 ·

I was sorting out some problem when I accidently deleted a Registry Key (HKLM). Now when I rebooted my pc after this, It has booted up nicely upto the Windows username and Password Screen. However, It wont let me use my keyboard and mouse...! My keyboard and Mouse has gone DEAD..!! It seems I have Deleted a Registry Key related to Keyboard and Mouse..!!! I could not shutdown windows so I just have to power it off and restarted it but of no help..!!
it seems "System Restore" could help but without using my keyboard and could "system restore" work..?? I am on Windows Vista Home Basic - got only Vista Re-installation CD from Dell - Can anybody help.?

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Use the built-in Restore

by CaptBilly1Eye In reply to restore deleted Registry ...

Using any Re-installation CD, would be a drastic step.
Instead, use the built-in System Restore utility. That way, you can restore your PC to a date just prior to when the situation occurred.

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restore deleted Registry Key (keyboard/Mouse)

by dikitsolota In reply to restore deleted Registry ...

I just have to power it off and restarted it but of no help..!!

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keyboard/mouse/cd-drive not working

by ashfaq1 In reply to restore deleted Registry ...

I have a smilar problem which you have stated in your message, keyboard/mouse/cd drive not functional after deleting upperfilters from registry, since you had the same problem kinldy let me know what was the solution to your problem,fyi I am having dell inspiron 1520 with xp professional as os.

Thanks in advance

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