Posted 20 September 2008 - 12:48 AM
USB keyboard operation may not be enabled in the BIOS, and without PS/2 keyboard access, of course it can't be enabled... catch 22!
purexinonce, if you do come back to this topic, do the LEDs on the PS/2 keyboards flash when the system is powered up? If not, a little fusible protector that passes the keyboard power on the motherboard has probably popped - this can happen, especially if the PS/2 keyboard is plugged or unplugged while the computer is not fully powered off at the mains switch. This can be repaired, but costs a bit by the time you get an electronics technician to do it.
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