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Installed new Asus M4A78LT-MLE, when windows loads, finds new device drivers keeps locking up, and wireless or PS/2 mouse & keyboard frozen from boot so cant manuever open anything?

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It sounds like you have upgraded from another board to the M4A78LT-MLE and you have not reinstalled windows. If this is the case then are going to have terrible troubles with drivers and lock ups. Believe me, reinstall windows a fresh then install your drivers then windows updates and all will be well. Oh by the way use the asus site for the latest drivers and not those on the disk that came with the motherboard.

Posted on Aug 14, 2011

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