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Computer will not recognize any keyboard

I have plugged three keyboards. Computer will not recognize them. Last time before this, the keyboards lit up. Now they won't. Please help. Thanks,

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This applies only if you are attaching the keyboards to PS/2 port: the problem could be that PS/2 port has failed. In this case it is a hardware problem, and it is not likable that it can be fixed. You should find a keyboard that connects to USB port and see if it works.

If we're talking about USB keyboard, possibilities are that USB support for keyboard and mice has been turned off in computer BIOS.

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