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  • Started 1 year ago by Tarzann187
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Tarzann187
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I am working on a Compaq Presario SR2010NX .. for some reason if anything is plugged into a usb port then the computer wont boot up. I know it needs to be changed in the BIOS. Problem is when I access the BIOS it wont read the keyboard. I have tried both a usb and a Ps2 keyboard but neither one will work once in BIOS. Both work fine in windows thou. I would use it for target practice but im trying to fix it for a friend.. Any ideas???

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Lighthouse
Lighthouse
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Tarzann187 hi. Obvious answer is don't have anything plugged into USB on bootup.

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vistamike
vistamike
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Tarzann187, this is quite an old machine and will surely be USB 1.1. Disconnect all USB connections on reboot, have only the ps/2 connected, and KB should work.

Any reason why you are in BIOS?

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Tarzann187
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Trying to get it to start normally rather than having to go thru the hassle of having to unplug every usb when he wants to use it

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