I've been focused on getting a working, stable, dual-boot machine in place. but im going to look into it. For what it's worth I submit because this behaviour suggests fault may lie with power supply to USB, rather than USB being detected as such. (Tho why this started after a The BIOS is old, 2004, when I turned over the box to be used with Vista it too had the same issue on it's boot loader: only a PS/2 connected keyboard http://techese.net/keyboard-not/ubuntu-grub-keyboard-not-working.html
This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Why was it not working only in GRUB?! It is not recognized while in grub2. Try all your USB ports including all USB ports on your docking station if you have one.
One of the adapters will set you back less than $5. I manage to get into Windows by first unhooking the non-Windows hard drives before rebooting. olso5629Feb 16, 2012, 7:51 AM Hey everyone,I have had several computer experts look at it and the general consensus is the mobo going bad for some reason. Offline #3 2012-06-17 06:50:47 bigshotjeev Member Registered: 2012-06-03 Posts: 24 Re: [SOLVED] Keyboard not responding in Grub Dear Headkase.
And I actually have a good idea about how computers work. Having a problem logging in? Not the answer you're looking for? Grub2 Usb Keyboard Did you change anything?
Vista, too, does not work with a USB connected keyboard on a boot selection. Offline #9 2012-06-17 12:44:45 bigshotjeev Member Registered: 2012-06-03 Posts: 24 Re: [SOLVED] Keyboard not responding in Grub Ok I solved the problem. It went well, set up GRUB with Ubuntu and Windows, terrific. http://askubuntu.com/questions/505788/keyboard-is-not-working-in-grub-menu Turn on networking network then fix the packages dpkg.
BIOS Setup Integrated Peripherals Legacy USB Support --> [Enabled] I now have up and down arrow keys on the GRUB2 screen. need help asap! Grub No Keyboard There is the small chance that the PSU has somehow broken, but I am leaning towards the motherboard hardware fault. Ubuntu Keyboard Not Working After Boot Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses!
However the bios setting for "Fast Boot" had additional setting for usb support, which was disabled (implying usb will only become available after os loads). this content share|improve this answer answered Apr 1 '15 at 7:00 CHolmstedt 146115 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote [RESOLVED] Windows 7 and Ubuntu 14.04LTS dual boot, GRUB2 reinstalled using boot-repair, It's a mental model that might help me if this happens again. Offline Pages: 1 Index »Newbie Corner »[SOLVED] Keyboard not responding in Grub Board footer Jump to Newbie Corner Installation Kernel & Hardware Applications & Desktop Environments Laptop Issues Networking, Server, and Grub Not Responding To Keyboard
NumLock is now toggled off at boot time, but NBD. However, please don't dismiss this request out of hand - it seems that USB keyboards are becoming more popular rather than less, so this is something worth spending brain cycles on. Sli ASAP solved Need Help With 500 dollar pc upgrades ASAP solved need help asap solved need psu for my gtx 980 super clocked asap want to buy need help solved http://techese.net/keyboard-not/ubuntu-grub-menu-keyboard-not-working.html Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org?
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I have searched : here , here or here but all the options are either for Dual boot system or for external usb [PS/2] keyboards but my system is a Laptop. Retromingent (ray-rwalk2730) wrote on 2009-05-27: #14 The computer that I originally reported this problem on has been recycled as a Vista machine now. Password Debian This forum is for the discussion of Debian Linux. Grub Change Boot Order Things that really should have Just Worked did not. (Turns out my DVD drive pilfered from an older machine was flaky, leading to all sorts of reasons to burst into tears.)
In my case I had to enable the BIOS option "use USB in DOS". However, the bios *can* detect the keyboard without this setting (otherwise I couldn't get into the bios to change it!) so there may be a way for grub to, also. olso5629Feb 16, 2012, 8:15 AM I have a 750W so i don't think that that is the issue... check over here Why do we define vector spaces over F (field) rather than C (complex) since R (reals) is a subset of C?
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