Mouse and keyboard no longer work after fixing drive dvd - Satellite A100-147

My DVD Player wasn't working, so I fixed it with the help of some advice from a forum: go to regedit to remove the 'previous' and 'high' or something, I have a catalog specified.

But then the keyboard and the touchpad is dead in Windows. Nor can I use an external keyboard and mouse.

I tried to start it in safe mode and with the last settings that worked. None succeeded. Apart from the fact that the keyboard actually works to make choices, therefore, a question Ms.

Ideas/fixes would be greatly appreciated.

Computer: Equium a100-147
OS: XP media center w/sp2 (I think)

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Maybe you deleted the upperfilters wrong or additional / lowerfilters?
The correct key is {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}

Boot safe mode.
Go to control panel-> Add/Remove Programs control
Uninstall all software Mouse/touchpad/keyboard/logitech that can be installed
Go to Device Manager
go to view - > click on 'show hidden devices '.
Delete all devices under "mice and other pointing devices" and "keyboards".
Reset.
XP should detect the mouse and keyboard and install the drivers.
Download and install the driver for the touchpad to the A100 section drivers on the Toshiba site

Tags: Toshiba

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