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I have recently updated my BIOS to UEFI (big mistake...). When I boot in Windows 7 x64 now, it does not recognize any USB driver (even mouse and keyboard).I tried to use Windows Repair Disc to Restore but nothing worked. I am about to re-install Windows 7... But I have applications, importan applciations that I don't want to lose.

Is there any other way to solve this problem without re-installing Windows 7?

Thanks a lot to anybody will help me!

Edit:

My hardware is:

  • Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3 (rev 1.0)
  • OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits

Since the "Windows" directory is not listed in Windows Backup, I thought that I will not end-up with the same system. (see here @Karan)

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This is my Device Manager:

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More information about the specific hardware is required to help you. –  Ramhound Jan 3 '13 at 16:23
    
See in my edit, I hope that is enough for you... If it is not, tell me what information do you need, and I will provide you everything. –  Victor Jan 3 '13 at 16:28
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Have you tried re-installing the drivers for the motherboard? You may need to find a old PS/2 style mouse and keyboard to be able to try this out. –  Scott Chamberlain Jan 3 '13 at 16:39
    
I have already put a PS2 mouse and Windows recognizes it. But I don't have the utility software to install all the drivers. Although, I installed some drivers from gigabyte.com.ro/products/…. My computer still doesn't recognize no USB device. –  Victor Jan 3 '13 at 16:43
    
If there is no other method of repairing it, I would be intersted in how can I backup my application (all the software in C:) and if the Windows Backup will be able to backup the software... –  Victor Jan 3 '13 at 16:43
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