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Device Manager tab is empty?

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There is nothing at all when I get to that point, just a blank space where previously I had a nice list going of devices.

As a possible aside, I have been struggling to get this Windows XP desktop back in business after the keyboard began crashing the system the moment any key was touched. Suggestions have ranged from switching to a USB port (which I have), to uninstalling/reinstalling (I've bought two keyboards but nothing has changed).

I can get into the system configuration utility by copying and pasting msconfig via email from my laptop, but is there any point to this since I can't seem to get anything at all out of my keyboard?

Thanks! :tazz:
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