[vox-tech] keyboard is frozen when starting,
but working after the OS is fully started
yihai2004 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 8 21:00:30 PST 2007
I entered BIOS and enabled some item like "use USB keyboard support" and it
works! Thanks to ALL for sharing the experience! Maybe I should've googled
On Dec 8, 2007 2:02 AM, Bill Wells <hammer29 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> On Saturday 08 December 2007 10:46:16 am Bill Kendrick wrote:
> > On Fri, Dec 07, 2007 at 11:00:40PM -0500, Hai Yi wrote:
> > > I have installed ubuntu in a computer which had Windows XP installed.
> > > seems that I successfully have both OS co-existed, 'cause I see the
> > > list when I restart the computer. But here is the problem, even though
> > > see both ubuntu and Windows on the menu, I couldn't use the arrow key
> > > move up or down, or any key, the keyboard just freezes.
> > Is it a USB keyboard? A quick Google search brought up this:
> Sounds like a similar problem I encountered. I built a box with a VIA
> mobo a
> couple of years ago. Installed Windows XP (my wife has a number of
> that are windows only); when the keyboard died, I replaced it with a(n)
> keyboard and all was happy. The box got compromised (the you have a
> card from problem), so I backed up, to format and reinstall Windows. No
> joy! No boot from CD, the initial screen came up but I could not get to
> BIOS to change the boot sequence.
> A little research and a BIOS flash and the USB keyboard was recognized; I
> to use a legacy keyboard to perform all actions before the BIOS flash.
> > https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub/+bug/159920
> > Though hopefully you merely need to go into your BIOS and enable
> > "Legacy USB Keyboard Support", or some-such.
> > Good luck!
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