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dv7-4051 good clean full model # nice
but no OS stated, we can not GUESS THE OS
NO USB DEVICE STATED , at least say one of them.?
USB is ENDLESS topic, 1000's of devices made from 16 long years.

is it windows XP, the dead now, virus magnet?
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there are 14 version of windows, back to day 1.

hell some even run FREEDOS , heck HP even ships them new like that. (free of MS invasions of privacy this, popular in EU regions.)

lucky you HP still has some support in this LT
some came with windows 7 32bit. in USA.

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the MS way to fix this is far more easy
if system is not corrupted or infected this works if not F11 restore it.
be connected to the internet first
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click device manager, see bad devices(red or yellow marks)
we fix those first. same way.
this magic is called PnP plug and pray.(pun)

plug in any usb device, a keyboard or mouse tops my choice
or usb flash memory stick 2nd
if the keyboard, works on USB< great if not do this.
yes plug in any USB keyboard made or wired mouse to USB jacks
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stop uninstalling things, diagnosis is first. not guessing at random.
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see this, see its not missing see its not red marked or yellow bad.
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ether the usb keyboard or mouse or both.
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