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  1. My computer will boot to windows and run programs but it has lost the identification of all computer components. Most programs work with some functionality but usage is compromised possibly because of the difficulty with the keyboard and mouse. Keyboard and mouse work marginally but do not perform with the keystrokes or clicks they should. When booting using F1 it will show the screens but I cannot navigate or select any actions. PC Pitstop runs in the background and does not detect anything unusual after multiple scans.
  2. http://www.thewindowsclub.com/access-boot-safe-mode-dual-booting-windows-8
  3. Like Windows 7 you can snip or capture screen. You can do it by following these: 1. Open Snipping tool and press ESC 2. Press the Windows logo to switch to the Start screen 3. Press CTRL + PRTSCR 4. Move mouse pointer around the area of the Start screen that you want to capture 5. Select copy, save or email the snip in the usual way. Thans to, WinNews newsletter
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