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As long as I fix the area that was affected and it my floors are equal to or better than before the damage, does the bank have to give me the extra money from the insurance agency? The first floor of my home has extensive water damage with the floor being ripped up and some of the sheet rock being removed. Meanwhile I have paid all the contracters myself out of my life savings and now I have no retirement money. August 31, at 4: Help me choose If your device is more than three years old, it may not support all the innovative features of Windows The amount the insurance adjuster gave us is not enough to have the garage rebuilt. Andrew While your mortgage contract contains broad language that gives your lender the right they are asserting, it is your state laws, not your lender who establishes who must be licensed to do certain types of repairs.

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I cannot login even to safemode.. I removed cmos battery and checked.. Hey, i have a different issue on my hands, and it does involve the said stuff above, i have a nextbook 8 tablet, and it came without a keyboard and it runs windows 8. Black screen, no warning. The next time i booted it up, the said screen above appeared. I have NO let me repeat, NO keyboard to plug in to it.

Volume rockers do nothing and windows kwy does nothing. You cannot resume a tablet computer that has no input device installed after the tablet computer does not resume from hibernation successfully. Then restoring your tablet to factory settings will help. I have the same issue with my Desktop pc. The resume loader just will not budge! And none of my keboards work! I even switched the original CMOS battery with another one. Can anyone provide me with an alternative solution? Hello Thom, i m in a similar mess.

My wife spilled some oil unto my laptop keyboard and it got fried. So i could barely use the pc to get to the internet using my stored favorites. I also was using an extenal mouse. Today i had power failure and i can t start up my pc again because i get stocked up because i cant use the keyboard to select whatsoever. I want to try removing the cmos battery and so i would like to know if that will still entail me having to use the keyboard in the subsequent steps in setting up date time etc?

Would connecting a new wireless usb keyboard directly in this state be helpful? I ve tried draining the capacitors etc but to no avail. Please anyone can help too. But i have a question.. Thank you for posting this! After choosing the first option, I got the resuming windows screen for a moment, then a black screen with a white cursor. I left the computer alone for about 10 minutes. Slowly, my keyboard lights came on, then my mouse pointer showed up on the black screen still then eventually my desktop and everything came up.

Just wanted to share that! You may want to give it some time before trying other things. We always expect instant results but need to be patient. How long did you wait? My windows flags show up on the desktop and I can get to BIOS but all I get is a black screen and white curser that is responsive….. Hello, Alphonsus Did you read through the whole comments section? Hi, I am trying all the methods provided by you and also by the others.

But still my keyboard is not working. I tried using PS2 keyboard, but not result. I also enabled that. But no result at all.

Then again I restarted my pc. I chose the first option but still the result was the same. Again I did the same and then I chose the second and third option simultaneously, but no result at all. Then I unplugged the power cable, pressed and hold the power button for few secs then restarted the pc but still no result at all.. I am sad and worry. I am waiting for your response. I am too worry and I need your help. Besides I am not always at my computer — sorrryyyy.

Did you try that? Hi, iv tried all methods commented and was wondering if their is an alternative such as booting from an OS on a pen drive etc? I am on a desktop windows 7. I removed the cmos battery. Upon restart it went to the bios page. I have tried two keyboards and the keyboard light is on when plugged into any usb port. I have tried draining the capacitor but still no keyboard response. If I simply turn it off from this bios page and restart it goes back to the original restore page and still nothing from the keyboard.

F12 is my key to exit to setup and nothing happens if I peck away at this key before it loads the restore page. I have also tried every other F key and the Del key before the page loads. I have removed the cmos battery twice and still the same result. In the initialization of this page it has USB Device s: I cannot get past this page. Did you try using the generic keyboard not USB?

Had keyboard lockup issue. Legegend in bottom right corner was the key to enabling the legacy keyboard.

In my case I had to find use configuration menu, press f5 to set default settings, then f10 to save and exit. This enabled my keyboard at the black screen and now I am able to access my computer again. Good to know that it helped you, Ryan. Your comment will also be useful to other people.

Just wanted to chime in here and say thanks to Thom for pointing me in the right direction and to the other people replying here. I thought I was done for! I followed all the instructions per suggestions and I was still not seeing results. The magic button was going to a store and buying the cheapest keyboard I could find. Turns out my Logitech G Gaming keyboard was the issue. So for my answer it was purely driver related.

Solution for some PC users: Drivers are the issue, go and buy a generic keyboard or borrow one from a friend. Your solution is very useful to me.

What is my problem clearly telling in your website every line. I really like it. Please send more system repair information to my email id. Good to hear that my advice still works. And yes, I will try and post more useful stuff here. Hi, I used your tip for resuming system data, worked perfectly. About the info for idle keyboard, could that happen with my mouse? I am finding my mouse freezes after a couple of minutes of coming out of hibernation mode.

Only way to get it going is to restart pc, then it works ok till after hibernation again. I was wondering if it may be getting disabled like your keyboard and if It could be reactivated in the BIOS. Reinstalling drivers for the mouse could help. Did you try plugging in and working with another mouse? The option does not exist in my Bios. Someone please help, my wife uses this laptop for work.

I have Bios 1. Your files and programs will be OK. The only thing that could disappear is your changes in the files that were opened just before the resume loader issue. Hey there, hoping someone will read this. I work from home so I need this PC immediately. You should be able to get the CMOS out, it usually is fixed, but not permanently. Otherwise, when such batteries become dead they get drained out sooner or later , you will be getting the wrong date every time your PC is turned on.

So there has to be a way to take it out, without breaking the motherbord. Did you try draining the capacitors keeping the power button of the PC pressed for 15 — 30 seconds? You should also unplug the power cable when you do such things. I brought up the BIOS Settings and my screen is still black and in the upper left hand corner all I see is an Underscore blinking repeatedly.

Are you sure you brought up BIOS settings? Any other remedies out there? As many folks posted other remedies in comments section to solve this problem, I suggest scrolling through the comments. It seems, that I will have to update my post with yet additional steps. I have a Nextbook tablet, And I have had this problem for about two years now. So Far, removing only the Li-Ion battery does nothing.

So I added a USB keyboard, restarted laptop and this time it recognized the keyboard. Not an idiot, not advanced; But pretty good with self repairs from reading forums. I was in hibernation mode and was away from it for too long apparently.

When I came back I was faced with this problem. I even tried the recovery disc but aside from hearing the fan hum when the disc is inserted there are no options allowing me to do anything with it..

Did you try reading through the comments section here? After my post I walked away I came back and there was a window in the middle of my screen with the title Wireless Configuration. And then it says notification dll has not been registered program will not work correctly. I entered BIOS setup. There was no way to enable or disable keyboard, but I did notice something weird: So I thought maybe something was not identified properly and was causing a conflict.

Did you reset your BIOS correctly? I forgot to add that sometimes resetting the jumpers near the battery might fix the problem. Now i try to start my laptop but Windows resume loader show me this two options- 1. Continue with system resume and 2.

Delete restoration data and proceed to system boot menu.. Can i choose option 2? If i choose option 2, will i lost anything…. What I did was with my power cable plugged in a pushed down my power button until the light on my mobo stopped flashing and the pc switched on whilst button was pressed down.

It solved the issue for me. Finally changed hard disk and working.. Please help dear friends.. If you need to extract your old data, then no problem. Plug it in your old drive and plug this drive into USB of your computer.

Then you will be able to browse this disk, as if it were your internal hard drive. Essentially it creates a problem of disconnecting power when the power is being connected. Thanks, all comments helped me finally boot up! Plugged in a different wireless keyboard and that did the trick. Like I mentioned already press either F2 or Del button.

Those are mostly used keys. It depends upon your manufacturer. It always are function keys. My old hp laptop show resuming window too long and i took out battery but not ok.

Did you take alternative steps as written in my post and so extensively layed out by other people in the comments section here? Sometimes only the error messages you mentioned.

I tried all ur steps. I was almost crazy because of this probleme and luckily I saw your post!! This error message pops up on my laptop at least times a week. When is does I click enter and it goes through the whole delete restoration data process.

Is there a reason why this happens so often? What can I do differently to prevent this? When I am done using my laptop each day, I put it into sleep mode. Should I shut down daily instead? Just wondering what causes this to happen? Hi Thom, please help, after i re inject Battery, it appears 3 options im bios, open Bios.

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