Question about Computers & Internet
Assuming that once it starts everything is OK and the computer functions normally, try this:
Right above the start ball, there is a command line. In that white space, type MSCONFIG.
When the window opens, click on the startup tab. Find the KBD.EXE command and uncheck the box next to it. This will tell it not to run.
Now restart the computer. In Vista you'll get a message that a program was blocked. Tell it to run the blocked program. When it opens (the system configuration utility), check the little box that says not to display it again. Now everything should work.
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