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Keyboard not functioning

My computer here is not functioning as when I log in, the keyboard just turn off and could not function.It turns on when you switch on the CPU but then all of a sudden it turns off again. It seems funny as the mouse is functioning but not the keyboard.Both the mouse and keyboard are USB cables.I have tried the other keyboard but still no change.

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Usb mouse and keyboard depend on ur usb ports and ur bios u should check that ur usb drivers are installed properly or not .n try changing ur keyboard in different usb port . thanks  

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