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Hello everyone!

I currently have a HP g60 Pavilion with a strange problem I can't really figure out.
As soon as I turn it on, the keyboard seems non-responsive but once it gets to the hp start up screen,
it says "f10....BIOS setup options" as if I pressed the f10 button and goes straight to the BIOS set up screen.
At the BIOS set up screen both the keyboard and mouse are completely non responsive but the screen is not frozen because
I can see the system time under Main going.

Once in a while, we're able to get into the actual Windows screen at which point the mouse does respond but once I go into something
like the address bar of a web browser the keyboard keeps typing a random key on the keyboard repeatedly and although the keyboard does seem to respond
it's impossible to type anything we want to.

I tried uninstalling the keyboard driver and reinstalling at which the keyboard started working again very temporarily, but went back to the above described state. I'm not sure what this could be, I don't think I've ever seen a computer with this kind of problem, could it be a virus? Or the battery?
Please I really need some help with this, advice, suggestions, ideas, help, all or more would be greatly appreciated, thank you!!
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