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The keyboard and touchpad stopped registering "presses." I can move the cursor around but cannot click on anything. This started spontaneously a few weeks ago. I had a separate problem with the LCD screen which I've replaced and it looks fine.
When I power down and back up, I can sometimes get in one click before it locks up.
When I open in Safe mode, it works fine, so I think it's a software problem.

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Found my own solution, though it cost me a bit. A kernal program was corrupted and interfering the computer's ability to recognize key presses. I ran the Recovery disc and reloaded XP. It solved the problem, but I lost my C: drive data. Most of it I had backed up before, so a moderate inconvenience.

Now, if anyone has a good idea about how to recover my lost data, that would be nice.

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