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Try using a PS2 mouse and PS2 keyboard. It may be that your USB ports have lost their setup (assuming that you are using USB or wireless mouse and keyboard). If the PS2 hardware works fine, check that your USB ports are enabled in the BIOS, then check your device drivers in Windows to see that the USB hardware is recognized.
Posted on Oct 27, 2013
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