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I tried but doesn't work

I tried your solution but since the keyboard and mouse do not work.... control doesn't either :(

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  • ajlar Mar 29, 2008

    my acer aspire 5100 will boot up but the keyboard and mouse pad do not work?

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Plz reinstall the os if the problem still there then u have to give it for servicing

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