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Laptop won't boot up

When I turn on the laptop, all the lock lights come on and then it shuts off. Every once in a while I can boot it up to the choose user screen but the key board or mouse won't work. Please Help Dave

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Key board make sure it is hooked up right.

Mouse make sure it is hooked up right as will.

Num lock is- the only light that should be on at all times.

Click on : Scroll Lock make sure light (is off)

Caps Light - is for Capital letters

Hope this helps ya .

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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