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Under BIOS settings, check that the Mouse and Keyboard [may be worded differently] are enabled, and not disabled. Also, if your using Windows then check that the devices drivers under device manager, under system. Update them. If still not working, boot up in safe mode and see if they work in that mode. If they do, then your OS files are corrupt, if not, buy a new keyboard and mouse.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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