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sycho123321 10-28-2012 05:56 PM

my keyboard does not work after bios is done
 
after my bios does avery thing my keyboard (wired) will not work not even whit a pci card i have a phinix bios award winer

thorkelljarl 10-28-2012 06:34 PM

That is...

Do you mean that after the boot process runs through the BIOS checks, you have no keyboard(wireless?) function? Check the BIOS settings, anything having to do with input devices and USB settings, including legacy USB, to see if there's where the problem lies.

If I haven't guessed your problem correctly, the reason is your cryptic post. If you want a better reply from LQ members, edit your post to give a fuller description of what's the matter.

sycho123321 10-28-2012 06:42 PM

uh i acidentaly posted this and do not know how to delete it so ya

sycho123321 10-29-2012 06:59 PM

:(:(:(comon 110 veiws and one relply

jefro 10-29-2012 07:24 PM

I viewed your post as well as others. If you insist upon an answer, then this would be mine. There was no simple answer to such a confusing question. I don't believe that my answer was of any help. It would seem that others may have been similarly unable to provide a proper answer.

Soadyheid 10-31-2012 06:58 PM

I get that problem too. I'm using a USB keyboard through a 4 port KVM. Sometimes once I've booted my system the keyboard is unresponsive though the mouse works every time. I get round it by either using re-start with the mouse, hitting the restart button or powering cycling my system (Only when it hangs during POST with "no keyboard")
I reckon it's probably the KVM not supplying the keyboard with power properly.

Play Bonny! :hattip:

sycho123321 11-03-2012 01:04 PM

i just needed to enable usb lkeyboard support


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