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First step is connect an external keyboard in USB port. Click start button, type "keyboard" in "search programs and files", in control panel, click "keyboard". In keyboard properties,, click Hardware tab, click properties button. click the driver tab in Standard 101/102-key or Microsoft Natural PS.......Check the button the if keyboard is Enabled. Or you can update keyboard driver through internet or in your original Acer CD Driver software.
its a very common hardware fault with these laptops, can you open setup or bios? that is opened right when the power is turned on the and screen says press F2 to enter bios or setup, if you can't enter bios then you have a faulty motherboard, usb ports don't work either? (usb keyboard and mouse don't work?)
If it is locking up because of corupt software then booting from a cd should allow you to reload a new os. But this sounds like a harware issue. If you install Visat on anything make sure it can handle it first. Vista take a monster machine minimun requirements are just that at min requiremnts it runs crippled.