Question about Computers & Internet
try the following steps:-
1.If it's a USB keyboard, try a different USB port or try a PS2 keyboard.
2.If it's a PS2 keyboard, check the pins on the plug. Unplug it and plug it back in.
3.Try booting up without the mouse plugged in.
4.Try a different keyboard.
5.If you have VPN or dial up software that has a custom GINA, try uninstalling it under safe mode.
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