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Keypad does not work

The computer comes on but the mouse or the keypad does not work. I cannot work it usining a usb mouse or keypad. now it comes up with to reset press enter but I cant. Can you help

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Go to tech to re-install the Keyboard physically.

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Go into the bios and enable the USB controllers, hit F10 and select yes or ok, make sure you have the usb mouse and keyboard connected, the system will reboot and you should be able to use the usb devices, try hold Fn and press F7 first

good luck

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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