Question about Computers & Internet
Not much info from u. But go to BIOS (when u start pc hold DEL or enter setup BIOS with on screen instructions) and try to enable USB support for keyboard .
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
If you just bought the computer yesterday? I would take it back. That is the easiest way around this, let them rectify this problem for you.
Hope this helps
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