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Will a new mouse and new keyboard work after Destructive System Recovery?

By SAHillage ·
Someone asked me to do a Destructive System recovery on their computer (Windows XP Home), but last year she replaced the old mouse and keyboard. When and how should I install the CD-Roms for the mouse and keyboard after the system recovery? Or will they still work?

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You shouldn't have to install

by Jacky Howe In reply to Will a new mouse and new ...

software for the mouse and keyboard. I don't, I let windows use the generic drivers. Hasn't let me down yet.

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I've never used bespoke drivers ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Will a new mouse and new ...

There have been times when I was supplied with drivers when I bought a keyboard/mouse package. But Windows always beat me to it, so I've never bothered (not even 'just to see').

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Thank you all for your answers

by SAHillage In reply to I've never used bespoke d ...

I just want to thank all the people that answered my question. Your feedback was helpful.

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That's great

by Jacky Howe In reply to Thank you all for your an ...

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