Problems w/ keyboard and mouse after factory reset

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Hi, I'm having problems with my Lenovo Ideapad 110S-11IBR (model #: 80WG) running Windows 10 x64 with 2gb RAM. After factory resetting it, I can't use the setup because my touchpad and keyboard won't work (plugging in mouse/keyboard doesn't work either). I think this is due to misconfigured/missing drivers for them, which might have happened during the setup process. I've never had this happen, so I really don't know what to do about it. Thanks in advance, and have a good day.
 
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Download MS Media Creation Tool. Run it to Generate a Windows set up media ( DVD / USB mem stick). Boot with media and attempt install again.
 

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Download MS Media Creation Tool. Run it to Generate a Windows set up media ( DVD / USB mem stick). Boot with media and attempt install again.
I might have to do this... I was hoping to leave that as a last resort though.
 
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If you have data on the drive, copy them to a USB memory stick. You will have to install programs / games again of course.
 

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Ok! Sorry for the late response, but today I am on my other computer (which I pulled out from the closet) and am downloading the Windows 10 image to put onto the USB to then install onto my main. Will reply with the outcome!
 
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