[SATLUG] Help with Boot & Keyboard Problem New Threa

Ernest De Leon edeleonjr at gmail.com
Sun Jan 13 23:11:07 CST 2008


At this point, since the issue seems to be with PS2 devices, and you are
having issues with more than one device, I would suspect a flaky PS2 port.
It's probably best to stick with a USB KB from now on.

Ernest

On Jan 13, 2008 3:09 PM, Mario Compean <mariocompeanc at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Thanks Don Wright, Ernest De Leon, & Charles Hogan.
>
> I reseated the connector cable of the new keyboard three times and the
> problem did not go away. I then reinstalled the old keyboard and that
> corrected the boot problem. Now, however, the keyboard is not recognized and
> doesn't work at all.  I reinstalled the driver via the device manager
> procedure (remove old driver & reinstall it) and it's still not working
> although "found new hardware" wizard sees it and says the driver was
> reinstalled. Last, I connected a usb external keyboard and that one works ok
> without any issues. I'll greatly appreciate any new pointers on how to fix
> it.
>
> Mario
>
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