Vista does not respond to keyboard or mouse

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Asif, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. Asif

    Asif Guest

    I recently installed Vista ultimate on my home computer. I connected it from
    my office via remote desktop connection. Connection was okay. After I
    disconnected, I can not log-on to my home computer locally as my keyboard and
    mouse are still locked. I can still connect via remore desktop connection.
     
    Asif, Feb 8, 2007
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  2. Asif

    cvp Guest

    Your Keyboard and Mouse should not be locked even when there is an active RDT
    session - you should always be able to log on locally and kill the RDT
    session. It sounds like you have a problem if you are locked out. You can
    "restart" the system from your rdt session or, if that's not available, just
    power off/on locally (making sure there's a long enough gap after any disk
    activity from your RDT session).
     
    cvp, Feb 8, 2007
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  3. Asif

    Asif Guest

    Thanks for the reply. I did turned off the computer and left it for five
    minutes locally I also turned off the broadbad connection cable. But still I
    was not able to log-on locally. I just revet back to Win Xp by using Norton
    Ghost to previous state. I will install Vista Ultimate again and see if the
    problem presist.
     
    Asif, Feb 8, 2007
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