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    USB keyboard not working after RegEdit change

    I was trying to fix a CODE 39 error for a CD-DVD driver on our Dell Optiplex PC.

    I followed the instructions at Your CD drive or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other programs

    When I rebooted the USB keyboard no longer works in Windows XP SP3 making the PC unusable. I've tried safe mode as well.

    The keyboard does work in F2 BIOS setup but I have to move all the video cables around to directly connect the monitor rather than going via the splitter to the projector.

    How can I restore the registery key from another PC?

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    Can you not just roll back to the previous restore point?

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