Posted 11 June 2012 - 06:32 PM
Just to expand on this a little, a recent BIOS might simply accept USB devices. If the Legacy USB referred to by SavageKarma exists in the BIOS options, then if it isn't already set it will need to be enabled using a PS/2 (or serial) keyboard prior to using the USB.
That will also mean if the BIOS settings go back to default (eg if the backup battery goes flat), an older type keyboard will probably be needed again to re-enable Legacy USB.
Pleased to have been a Microsoft MVP (Windows Desktop Experience) 2007/8, 2008/9
I pressed F5, and I'm feeling refreshed...