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Keyboard And Touchpad Not Functioning


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#1 mr.gonzito

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Posted 15 March 2008 - 01:46 PM

so a few days ago my keyboard and touchpad just decided to quit working on me. after trying a system restore and windows reinstall things still werent working correctly. i finally got the keyboard and mouse to work after uninstalling them in device manager and opened up my case and unplugged them both. then i plugged them back in and turned it back on and they worked. also somewhere along the way my broadcom 802.11g adapter was having driver issues too. now every time i restart my computer, my keyboard mouse and wireless adapter all die and i have to uninstall/reinstall them again. the weird thing is that they all work fine in safe mode without having to uninstall/reinstall them. please help me because i dont want to have to do this everytime i restart my pc. also when i click turn off computer i cant click standby. any help is greatly appreciated!

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Posted 16 March 2008 - 07:08 PM

What kind of computer is this. Please list Make, model number and Operating System. :thumbsup:
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