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We have tried to boot our computer this morning and we received a black screen w ctl+alt+del with NTRL. After I went into setup I saw a keyboard error. How do I fix?

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Try using a different keyboard if you have one around, you can pick one up at the store fairly cheap if you need a new one, otherwise to see if it is the computer, try another keyboard from a different computer. If that doesn't work try a usb keyboard when you can get one.

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