Jerome Kan wrote: > Hey for about a week and a half now ive been trying to fix this rather > bothersome issue with windows, fedora 7, and my keyboard. I was having some > issues installing fedora 7 earlier and now it has just bubbled into a larger > problem. Ultimately my goal is to have a dual boot computer with windows and > fedora 7 both installed and working in a situation where each is designated > 60 gb of space and the remainder is just storage. Now initially I attempted > to simply install fedora 7 on one of the other drives; however, this didn't > work, still not sure exactly why. So wanting to install both on a specific > drive I updated the bios and changed the primary boot drive. After this I > wiped everything and tried to reinstall windows which went alright until the > point where I had to create user accounts here my keyboard simply stopped > working. It works everywhere else including but not limited to the bios, > safemode, and dos. It does not work in regular windows when trying to log > in, or when installing fedora 7. When I boot up with nothing installed it > attempts to boot from the cd drive then says "GRUB". Any help at all would > really be appreciated. > > P.s. ive tried other working keyboards and its not the keyboard. In addition > im using a generic $5 keyboard that uses a ps/2 connection. > p.s.s. im linux illiterate, (I was attempting to make the transition to > linux) > > Do you have legacy USB support enabled in your BIOS? Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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