Yep, did all that but I guess I could do it again. It finds the KB and
mouse with a couple of boots and it doesn't always happen. The network card
it up to date too.
Thanks for the idea though : )
"Judy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> "Skyway" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>I loaded RC2 and while it has fixed my CD/DVD troubles two other things
>>came up. My keyboard and mouse fail to be recognised at times when I turn
>>the system on (this one cropped up with the last update in RC1). I am
>>also loosing my wireless network connection with regularity (Linksys
>>internal card) with RC2. I just wanted to see if anyone else was having
>>these two issues (??).
>> My mouse and keyboard are Microsofts so I'm puzzled on that one
>> (shouldn't be a driver issue I wouldn't have thought) and I have updated
>> my wireless card driver from Linksys just to try and fix it to no avail.
>> Any ideas or input would be great.
> have you tried going to the device manager and rt. clicking on the objects
> with no drivers and do a driver update? You can choose to browse your
> computer or internet or you can select a location (like you CD/DVD). I
> had to update my sound driver and my logitech webcam driver. It found
> both for me!
> Control Panel/Hardware and Sound/Device Manager