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Your keyboard driver may not be installed, or your keyboard usb is not properly plugged in. Make sure your usb cable is in the usb slot on your laptop or desktop.
To check if your keyboard driver is properly installed, right click "my computer" then go to properties, then click on "hardware" tab, and then go to "device manager". Then, look for "human interface devices" and see if your keyboard is there.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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