My Mouse & Keyboard don't seem to function at my login prompt, although the keyboard works when selecting which XP OS to start: I have dual boot options for a second backup OS on my D: drive - just in case this sort of thing happens.
It was all my fault, as I've solved my previous problems with a re-installation of my nForce Nvidia drivers on D: drive. This didn't go well when I tried this for the C: drive.
When I rebooted I found I had no way to type anything.
I've tried all the boot options from the F8 menus without luck, but I don't wish to nuke and pave the C drive as that may toast the now sweetly performing D drive.
Most of my programs are installed on C:, but the D: drive is just a backup with just basic applications installed.
Is there any way I can copy something over to C from D that will fix my problem?
Both are XP SP3 OS, and are on separate disks.
C is not partitioned and is half full, D has 3 logical partitions D: = 97 GB - 63 GB free, the rest mostly free E:= 126 GB, F:= 241 GB
The MBR is on the C drive.
If I do fix it or reinstall on C, will the d drive OS still boot and work as it is now?
Is there a program that will do a System Restore for C drive from this OS?