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Keyboard not responding after bio check

Hi Msuhelk,

My keyboard won't do any commands. When I turn the computer on the lights on the keyboard flash and then once the bio check is done and that message comes up the keyboard wont work at all. Please help me

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THE CONTACT PINS ARE GONE BAD..........
TRY SEE ITS BEND AND U CAN FIX IT WITH CARE....OR ELSE ON OTHER OPTION AS IT LOOKS THE KEYBOARD HAS GONE U/S...........

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