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Keyboard & Mouse

My mainboard is function but keyboard & mouse not function, but keyboard got on Num Lock

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  • enterson1983 Sep 09, 2008

    but cannot function on keyboard & Mouse

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Hi,
Make sure that the keyboard wire is plugged in to the keyboard port and mouse wire is plugged in to the mouse port. Remember that you need to restart the system once after you plugged into the motherboard. if that doesn't work then replace the keyboard / mouse and check. if same thing is happening then there is a problem in your motherboard. Thank you.

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