-EDIT- Sorry, I should have put this in the installation forum.
I have been using Fedora for a month, and I'm tired of messing with stupid drivers, so I decided it's time to move to Slackware.
I originnally planned to just wipe my Fedora Partitions, and install Slackware over those (since I dual boot with Win XP).
Anyway, I got version 9.1 off of linuxiso.org, burnt it, and booted from it. I got passed the first screen, and it unpacked the installer. I ran into a problem when I got to the keyboard configuration, however. It asks what kind of keyboard I have, and if I have a US keyboard just press enter. I do have a US keyboard, but when I go to press enter, nothing happens, and the keyboard doesn't respond.
I have a logitech wireless keyboard, and I think the problem lies in the reciever. When I checked to make sure the signal indicator light was on, it turn out it wasn't. I tried connecting, but it NOTHING was responing at all. My keyboard works anywhere else. I haven't run into this problem before, except one time when I screwed up my modules.conf file in Fedora.