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Computer will Not Boot - Probably No Malware Involved

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I believe I told you wrong. I have a keyboard that plugs directly into is own slot. It doesn't have batteries. It is my mouse that plugs into the USB Port.

I borrowed a keyboard, which I know is working and it did not work on my computer. There were no beeps when I turned on the computer with the "new" keyboard plugged in. So hooked up my old keyboard and turned it back on and there were no beeps. My old key board three lights light up for a second when the computer is first turned on and then go off. But like I have said that is normal for my computer booting up. Then the lights come back on when the computer boots.

With the "new" keyboard the lights never came on, but they did on my friends computer.

I believe that my computer is helpless, unless you can think of something else.

So at this point that what I need to do is remove the hard drive and see if I can copy the data to another disk or computer.

How would I do that? I have researched threads in this forum about doing this, but cannot find any. Can you direct me that way.

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Hi chippern73
At this time I feel that you should work with rshaffer61 @ http://www.geekstogo...re/page__st__15 to secure your data.
Reply here when done if you need to and I will assist you, I cannot however offer you any better guidance than you are receiving at your other thread.
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