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Keyboard not responding

Keyboard  suddenly stopped working even after many reboots

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    All keyboard isn't responding

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Boot in safe mode
>control panel
>Printers and other hardware
>Keyboard
>check to see if is has been disabled


??>does you mouse pad work
>If no plu a USB mouse in 1st before you boot into safe mode

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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