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Minimal information to go on. Since you didn't specify whether this is a laptop or desktop, I'll respond with the assumption that it's a desktop.
Power off computer.
Install new (known working) keyboard.
If that doesn't correct the problem, your issue is probably with the PS/2 or USB port your keyboard is plugged into.
If you are using a USB keyboard, first try moving it to a different USB port, then booting. If that doesn't help, try a PS/2 keyboard.
If you cannot get a known good (working/new) PS/2 keyboard to work in replacing a PS/2 keyboard, try a USB keyboard.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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