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Keyboard and mouse inoperative

The key board and the finger pad (mouse) are not working.

mouse pad not working, cursor still working, what can i do?

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  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2007

    The wife's aspire 1640 boots to the "click your user name" page but the mousepad only works slowly and we can't enter our passwords to get into our accounts. I've set the bios back to default settings and rebooted. the system will then allow me to type in the first 4 letters of our passwords but no more and will only allow this to happen once. I'm sure it has virus problems but can't get in to resolve those.

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    touch mouse pad not working

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The best thing you can do is hook a wireless keyboard and mouse to your laptop. That's what i did and all is working well

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