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I have an Acer Aspire 5100--keyboard, USBs and Touchpad all quit working at the same time. Boot up is OK, but obviously, trying to resolve this with anything other than the CD/DVD is pointless. Also, Caldera bootable CD Bios flash indicates missing USB Drivers, Firewire fails to initialize, and CMOS sumcheck is bad. Any ideas, anybody? Or maybe a solucion that has worked for you?? Pretty please, I'd hate to have to spend a third again the retail price for a new motherboard, 'cause that's what I could spend on a beauty of a new desktop from from HP....hehehe.

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