When you say wireless mouse and keyboard.. That makes me think that the machine has lost contact with the mouse and keyboard. reasons this could happen, either the mouse or keyboard have run out of batteries. or, the driver was corrupted, or, somehow the system disabled the wireless mouse and keyboard.
So if changing the batteries and resyncing your mouse and keyboard with windows running, doesnt restore your input. Then, what you want to do is purchase a cheap usb mouse and keyboard so we can temporarily get past the windows login screen.. And then use the mouse and keyboard to either reinstall the wireless mouse and keyboard software, or to re-enable the mouse and keyboard either in your devices section, or the device manager section.
These are all steps I could help you do on screen if you wanted.. But for now, you need to find or borrow a normal usb corded mouse and keyboard so we can get past the login screen. ( unless changing the batteries on the mouse and keyboard solve the issue)
It doesnt have to be expensive, for example this set http://amzn.to/2aYHORn will get you up and running and then we can reinstall the software / drivers for the wireless mouse and keyboard.
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