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Computer freezes on boot up

I have tower with problem where i moved it from one table to another,feet from one to other,upon boot up mouse would no work,it would lite up though,keyboard would lite up.pass word protoect sign on im stuck nothing worked,opened up,full of dust ,blew it out,rebooted mouse works few seconds till boot up,then keyboard lites up beeps 1 time lites out mouse freezes,stuck.changed memory sticks,either mouse will work and not keyboard or vise versa,still cant get in to check,upon boot up tried to enter systems f8 keyboard wont respond to touch keys,im stumped,did nothing unusual no new programs either.any suggestions?/ its an "e" machine with xp sp 2

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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.

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