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Keyboard won't work but the screen is saying the CMOS settings are wrong

I have a Gateway Essential 700c and it only takes USB keyboard and mouse. I turn on the computer and the Gateway screen comes up then another screen that say CMOS settings are wrong. But I can do anything because the keyboard won't work. I bought a new usb keyboard but it won't work. Please help.

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