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It seems that your laptop keyboard is not working any more. you need to buy new keyboard for ur laptop or if you want to use usb keyboard then remove this keyboard's cable, connect your usb keyboard it will work.
I'm assuming you're using an external USB mouse, either wired or wireless (correct me if I'm wrong). Does the mouse work if you plug it into another USB port on the computer (or on another computer)? If so, it's probably that particular port that's bad, otherwise it's either the mouse or, if it's a wireless mouse, the USB receiver.
The problem isnt the Y or W key. It's the position of your hand on the keyboard. Try using a wireless mouse instead of the touchpad. Then press your Function F5 (or whichever one turns off the mouse pad) and test it out. You're touching the mouse pad while you type. I do this all the time and it's very frustrating. I just went out and got a USB wireless mouse... It works great. Have fun!
If you have a USB mouse, try it on a friends PC or laptop. if it works there then check your USB (Universal Serial Bus Controllers) in the Device Manager... right click My Computer select Manage select Device Manager from here you can check you "Mice and other pointing devices, and your USB controllers
How are you doing? Try the steps below. In 80% of the cases the issue will be resolved.
Here are the steps:
Step 1: As you said you cannot use the key board and mouse there is no way you can go to bios to do bios default. so At the bottom of your laptop you have two compartments. One willbe the RAM compartment and other will be hard drive compartment.
Remove both out of the laptop. Turn on the laptop. wait for 1 minute than turn off the laptop.
Now remove the batter as well and also unplug the AC adapter. press and hold the power button for 1 minute. This will remove static charge.
Now put every thing back. I mean reinser the RAM, HARD DRIVE, AC ADAPTER and BATTERY.
Now turn on the laptop And do a complete PC recoverey using the Recovery CD. I mean do a complete format of the system using the CD.
I am sure in 80% of the cases this should resolve the issue.
If the issue persists than it is a clear sign of hardware malfunction. Mother board needs to be replaced.
make sure the mouse and keyboard are in right connections...if you look closely youll see icons next to ports.
try without mouse at first start up ,load windows and use key with windows logo on it to access start and scroll to shutdown tab and restart...plug in the mouse before restart.
if logo tab isnt assigned press ctrl + esc to access start menu.