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My younger bother was doing some work on PC without using UPS. Suddenly electricity gone and PC turned off. After some days I started the PC but after some boot process of XP, it was shutdown. Yesterday again I tried with bootable CD, but there was no power supply to Keyboard from CPU.When I inserted mouse cable in the same port, mouse was working fine. So I thought that there is some problem in Keyboard. But I checked this keybord with another PC and it is working fine. So I was not able to change the BIOS Setting.Please help me out.

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If you are using the round plugs (PS1) then mouse and keyboard sockets are different, probably keyboard socket is broken.

If you are using usb, and mouse works on same usb port, then keyboard is faulty , even if it works on a different PC, probably a faulty contact inside.

A keyboard is an inespensive part , better buy a new one.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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