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21 Jan 2013  
daledenton

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

There is a way to resolve the issue that should work for you, although it is somewhat risky. If you perform a hard shutdown, and run in safe mode, and then while it s loading the drivers and registry files perform a hard shutdown again it will allow you to select an option to run based on the last successful configuration. Your mouse and keyboard should work now. The problem is with your USB drivers, but to this day I have still not been able to find a permanent fix for the driver issue...
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