Probably a silly question, but is it a USB keyboard? If so, does your
BIOS support USB keyboard and is it enabled in the BIOS? Does the
machine have PS/2 connectors and can you try a PS/2 keyboard?
On 10/26/08, Timothy Murphy <tim(a)maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
Mani A wrote:
>> I'm intending to look at the CMOS battery,
>> and perhaps try re-installing the BIOS.
>> Any other suggestions gratefully received.
> Do you have a Graphics card on the system?
According to lspci, it is a
VIA Technologies, Inc. S3 Unichrome Pro VGA Adapter
> Look at the keyboard too and the mainboard
But I don't see how either of these can be at fault,
since the machine works perfectly under Windows and Linux,
once it is booted.
The keyboard is only disabled during boot-up.
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