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Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Viktor1Apr 10, 2013, 3:43 PM I want to install windows 7 but the boot priority is set so that the hard drive boots first and the optical drive second. Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report sirkris09 3Posts Monday December 12, 2016Registration date December 12, 2016 Last seen Dec 12, 2016 at 04:21 PM I did it but the PC refuses Solved. - Duración: 4:18. his comment is here

It really worked and I can't even believe that worked. No, create an account now. What word describes the traffic when vehicles are totally stopped? PS: there are two black & white screens which mobo shows: First screen shows the amount of RAM, the model of CPU the IDEs and info like these which is common here

the PS/2 port on it apparently died. Transcripción La transcripción interactiva no se ha podido cargar. Get the answer Ask a new question Read More PS/2 Hard Drives Boot Legacy Windows 7 USB Motherboards Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases

I would have to set the option "USB legacy support" on BIOS setup, but I can't enter at BIOS setup, because the PS2 keyboard doesn't work. Medion PC, Windows Vista 32bit, Intel Quad Core 9300, 4GB RAM, Asustek p5K motherboard See more Ps2 keyboard not working Keyboard not working in bios setup Cannot get into bios keyboard I cant believe no one has an answer to that. Jan 25, 2005 #10 jackaustralia TS Rookie You need to enable USB Legacy support in the BIOS for a USB keyboard to work.

But I doubt it. –barlop May 20 '14 at 20:28 re PS2: that makes sense, and it sounds like something Dell would do X_X I'm not familiar with slipstreaming? thank you syfen Feb 9, 2004 #1 RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503 There is a HW-test program tuffTEST, which also tests keyboards The free version does NOT test Keyboards. Why was Newt Scamander's name on the Marauder's map when Fred and George gave it to Harry? Thank you Thank you, Thank you!!!

However, I can't go into the area past the opening BIOS screen without a keyboard working. Now what is the solution in your point of view please? As far as the other options go: 1) where would you find a replacement PS/2 port or instructions on fixing the current one? 2) are there instructions available for converting the These are the keyboard and mouse that I use: I still use Windows XP.

The problem doesn't seem to have anything to do with registry corruption. Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Display Modes 06-22-2013, 06:45 AM #1 Makatak Join Date: Dec 2007 Reputation: 138 Posts: 79 How would you use Iniciar sesión 67 Cargando... For example, now I can boot from CD disk.

Jan 15, 2006 #15 mharlhouie TS Rookie is there also a way to convert a ps2 keyboard to a ps2 mouse? It is even 64bit capable. Similar Topics Broken mini din keyboard port Jan 8, 2005 PS2 Keyboard port not working Dec 12, 2006 Cat Pee + Keyboard = Busted PS2 Port Jan 4, 2008 PS2 Broken What you encountered here was not impatience from those that didn't help you well, what you encountered was the arrogance of ignorance. –barlop May 25 '14 at 23:42 Another

damaged View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by damaged Find Threads by damaged 06-22-2013, 07:41 AM #11 Makatak Join Date: Dec 2007 Reputation: 138 Posts: 79 Any XP doesn't support that out of the box as XP is older than the hardware. Since I couldn't get it to work, I'm creating an image on another computer to load onto this one. weblink Inicia sesión para añadir este vídeo a una lista de reproducción.

Mahir Asrani 115.023 visualizaciones 1:09 DOES NOT WORK mouse and keyboard - Duración: 12:10. You might have more luck with a XP, slipstreamed with SP3. Eventually they "get it".

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I reinstalled WINXP, which did the trick. I'm not sure, but can't think of any reason why I would change that setting since I had no knowledge of what it was for before my PS/2 keyboard broke. Tip: Let him do the clicking at his own pace: People learn better if they do it themselves in stead of looking at you doing things. Tried both USB and new PS/2 keyboards, to no avail.

Makatak View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Makatak Find Threads by Makatak 06-22-2013, 06:50 AM #2 damaged Join Date: Jul 2008 Reputation: 9330 Posts: 7,426 Normally?...only If you do not have an option for legacy support, or does not support legacy usb out of the box you may need to update your out-of-date bios. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the check over here Don't assume it's a hardware problem.

You could switch to USB hardware. Suggestions (without asking me to replace the MOBO that costs $225 when new systems are $400. Edit: I don't have an sp3 disk, I wish I did. I'd try a different keyboard mouse to rule them out.

Good Luck View all 10 comments Report Jose Manuel- Mar 14, 2011 at 09:14 AM Thanks a lot. Just found this This happens on my system when I disable "Legacy USB" in the BIOS. Aug 3, 2005 #11 suzumebachi TS Rookie i'm having the same problem with my PC now (typing on my bro's PC). After the computer reboots to show the progress and where you have the option to select next, the keyboard and mouse do not work.

There is on on-board PS/2 connector, but you need a custom Dell PS/2 bracket with matching cable because Dell uses a non-standard connector. Is there any danger that the system gets a misconfiguration which I can't repair? Iniciar sesión Transcripción Añadir traducciones 59.821 visualizaciones 36 ¿Te gusta este vídeo?