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My computer will boot to windows and run programs but it has lost the identification of all computer components. Most programs work with some functionality but usage is compromised possibly because of the difficulty with the keyboard and mouse. Keyboard and mouse work marginally but do not perform with the keystrokes or clicks they should. When booting using F1 it will show the screens but I cannot navigate or select any actions. PC Pitstop runs in the background and does not detect anything unusual after multiple scans.
Hi guys, i need help, i recently managed to buy a HP Workstation wx6400 with dual intel xeon 3.0GHz chips, 4 GB RAM 80GB hd. i paid £200 for this and chose this over a new build with an AMD bulldozer 6x setup. 1.Was this my first mistake i should probably say that im a student so will be using the typical student software, but also alot of AutoCAD and CAD based programs, i picked up twin Dell 19inch monitors for £70 and chose them over 2x 20in samsung syncmaster for £110 2. Was this also a mistake? then due to the tiny hdd and i tend to download quite a bit, i bought a samsung f3 1TB internal HD for £70 3. is this any good? and now im contemplating RAM, the motherboard can take up to 16GB but i think 8GB would be enough, plus my budget is reaching the bottom of the pool and i have seen some RAM for £20 or so but im not sure if i should wait and buy a more high spec ram or would it even matter (by that i mean will i even notice) because ill have 8GB so it should handle most things i throw at it, shouldnt it? sorry to write such a lengthy post but i really need the help n.b i have had a little bit of a rush of blood to the head and bought all of this in a little bit of a frenzy i know im dissapointed in myself but come on.... who hasnt cheers guys