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Hello, I have an Advent desktop computer and on start up it doesn't register a mouse or keyboard plugged in - I've tried wireless, and attachable mouses and keyboards and none of them work.

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I would begin by backing up data if you can and then reload windows operating system,that is where I would begin.It is likely that your motherboard has issues or you have some virus.

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