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I have keyboard and mouse does not work and usb port too

My package bell mv 305 have the same problem.. keyboard and mouse internal does not working and usb does not work too..
How I can solve the problem?
the windows system can acces and startup but I can not log on into system because I set user account.
How I can log in if the keyb and mouse did not work..
If i release the windows.. I can not log into setup system by press F2 with internal and usb keyboard?
I am dead in mind????

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Does the keyboard respond upon system boot. It should.

Press F8 repeatedly until you come to a black screen with text and select command line with safe mode or command line depending on the type of operating system you have.

If it is Windows XP, type in the command prompt: c:\windows\system32\restore\rstrui.exe and restore windows to a time when it was working properly.

If it is Windows Vista, type c:\windows\system32\rstrui.exe.

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