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I have a new VM windows7 set up on a windows 2008. I open Hyper-V manager and start the VM the machine starts I use the keyboard but not he mouse. When I look at the Settings for that specific VM I see "Integration Services" says "All services offered" what am I missing?


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you will have to go into device manager and remove the driver and then reboot and it should pick up the driver properly.  Bit of a pain using the tab keys and the right open key (right side of keyboard beside the Ctrl key)
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