You can add acpi-off to the kernel arguments and see if it helps sort out your
keyboard/mouse issue. I recently solved the problem for my friend.
2009/2/27 William Henry <whenry(a)redhat.com>
I've seen others have this problem and I've seen a BZ regarding it. Its the
"mouse still moves but can't do anything with the keyboard or mouse input'
problem. Requires a hardware reboot.
I've given up on Fedora for a while until I see this fixed. I don't have time for
multiple reboots a day and the risk of losing data.
I've also seen issues with NetworkManager.
I'm sadly disappointed with F10.
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