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Keyboard freezes system

Whenever any key is touched, the entire system freezes until it is rebooted. Mouse works fine. Someone suggested reinstalling keyboard but I don't know how or even if this will work. Suggestions? Thanks so much!

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Control Panel -> system -> hardware -> device manager -> find keyboards click the + to open up keyboard device, right click -> uninstall driver reboot machine and it should re-install
Don't know if it will work, but thats how to do it.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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