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I am unable to get my computers to recognize my mouse or key board? System is connected to two dell towers.

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Do they work fine if you connect the keyboard and mouse directly? Does the video connection work correctly? Check that the appropriate ports are enabled in the BIOS (USB or PS/2).

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