Thanx for reading and thanx for replying!! This is a fresh install of Win XP Pro, then updated to SP3. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Scroll down http://www.spywareinfo.com/~merijn/downloads.html Reply With Quote April 19th, 2004,06:28 PM #4 spiderty View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Intern Join Date Jun 2002 Location oHIo Posts 237 Read below if you http://performancepccanada.com/bios-error/bios-error-25.php
Have a great week! But those would affect the Windows portion correct, not Bios? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. booting into windows safe mode yields the same result (dead keyboard, live mouse).
Like all the other codes out there. If you have used a system cleanup tool, it could also have affected it- some have a restore facility -if so you can go back with that. This page is rather extensive and will be updated on a regular basis. Since you are using a USB mouse, this message is of no concern, but probably cannot be supressed.
As I have only a few minutes today- I suggest the following list might solve your problem- try one at a time-- If you have updated something ,lately it could have however, I was still getting this 8603 error at startup with the > older mouseware.> > > specs:> Aptiva - Pentium III 550MHz> 128MB RAM> Windows XP pro> > > Thanks. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices 403 forbidden / 403 доступ запрещён You are on this page due to the fact that traffic from your computer to the Did you just switch to the USB mouse or had you been using it without warnings.
I try to continue and exit setup and it comes up 1962 no operating system found. damedic_mt, Feb 7, 2011 #11 sach2 Major Geek Extraordinaire Thanks for the update and you have a great week as well! Ask a new question Read More Mice PS/2 Devices Windows XP Related Resources Device Driver Error Alternate pointing device in a DOS window Optical Mouse quits randomly, error message in event Reply With Quote April 20th, 2004,02:26 PM #5 ralph3124 View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date Jun 2001 Location abington, ma, usa Posts 996 Sounds like the system is
Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules All content Copyright ©2000 - 2015 MajorGeeks.comForum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2015 XenForo Ltd. Getting inside the case and pushing all cables, boards, memory, etc., firmly into place would be my first choice to pin it down. It wouldn't effect the USB mouse being recognized by Windows. Got a new Epson Perfection 3200Photo scanner, PNY flash drive and a new Logitech LX7 cordless opticalmouse working...
PS/2 Pointing device error or not connectedThat's your motherboard's BIOS telling you there's nothing plugged in to the PS/2 mouse port. Good luck to you too! 0 Kudos Reply Hirsutum Fanfold Paper Posts: 2 Registered: 08-02-2009 Location: Hungary Message 15 of 16 (1,895 Views) Re: 8603 - CMOS checksum bad shutdown error Thanks. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Windows 95/98/ME Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Center For Disease Control Security News / Warnings / Updates
I can imagine that some setup is not in harmony with the way I use the notebook. his comment is here Hope this helps..... You can thank the member by clicking on the star to the left awarding them Kudos Please add your type, model number and OS to your signature, it helps to help Reply With Quote April 18th, 2004,07:55 PM #2 Nick Grana View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual PC Specialist!!!
Honestly I am still just at an enthusiastic beginner level at Lenovo Care (you know, the utility I mean), so I'm not at all an expert system administrator at my own sach2, Feb 5, 2011 #6 damedic_mt Private E-2 Hey guys, thanks for your input, I truly appreciate this. PS/2 Pointing device error or not connected SamApr 1, 2005, 3:49 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)When I boot XP pro, I get this error message just before the XP http://performancepccanada.com/bios-error/bios-error-110.php all OS/2, all USB. (LOVE that mouse!....Scanner's nodog either.)The BIOS on this tower type computer apparently has reserved IRQ 12for the PS/2 mouse, and dog-gone, by golly, you'd *better* have one"*8603*.
So, I will just wait for further instructions. Even if you have no computer experience, you can fix this error.Step 1Power off the computer by clicking "Start" and "Shut Down." Allow the computer to stay off for 10 seconds. So, I just use some extra cords, mouse & keyboard.
Will I type this into the box after clicking - Start, then Run? It had viruses...7 viruses to be exact. Once every two-three weeks I enter as admin and let the system download and install software upgrades. I haven't done any of 'em yet.
The time now is 07:56 AM. It was the adware virii. Reboot the computer, and ensure that the BIOS no longer prompts for continuation due to an 8603 error.Tips & WarningsAn 8603 error is caused when the BIOS does not sense a navigate here None of the cables have been unhooked, and nothing else out of the ordinary either.
This is the accepted answer. I've never seen a Bios that gives an error when it does not find a mouse so I am unsure if that error message can be disabled or which setting has I return in a couple of weeks with my experiences. Your BIOS is rather old and an update may fix the issue since there was a change to the ps/2 mouse menu at some point soon after that PC was released.
Therefore, I hope to provide this to all those other technicians out there who get the opportunity to work on one of these. Click "Start" and "Programs," and search for "Windows Update." Check to see if any critical updates are available. Maybe I didn't save thatsetting and that's easy to check. Anyway...
Contacting service is the right thing to do. @ mangmang1216, let us know what happens after your board is changed, it'll be interesting to know if the same problem crops sach2, Feb 5, 2011 #8 damedic_mt Private E-2 Hey Sach, your kwik responses are great. Thus 200 means the system memory was tested. While my PC was connected to the electric network via the a/c adaptor.
I'm using a boot floppy I use for every computer I've ever worked on and it won't boot. Even though the Pointing Device Error is coming up the computer should still boot. There are no clear dates as to when updates were released so I can't tell if your BIOS version includes the ps/2 mouse update. I1.