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Garry, this really is <b>NOT</b> an issue with keyboard drivers. If you were able to load XP in the past you presumably have an XP installation disc. Boot the computer from that, go to a DOS/CMD window and type some characters. If your keyboard works properly then I'll eat my hat.
Assuming it's the password you enter at the Windows Welcome Screen then a computer professional could help. Be prepared to offer some proof of ownership because thieves don't know passwords either.
That's a good point Robin but the impression I get from Garry (he never says this explicitly) is that his keyboard does not work at all.
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