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If you mean the BIOS for your computer (not the monitor), try tapping DEL while the computer powers up. This will enter the BIOS in most computers.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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I had this issue and after checking the BIOS and various other tests in safe mode, solved it by following these simple steps.
Go to "Ease of Access centre"
Choose "Make the mouse easier to use"
Uncheck "Turn on mouse keys"
Choose Apply and ok.
Worked for me, might work for you.
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