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Thread: Viewsonic Keyboard Usb

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    Hi
    So i just bought this keyboard with usb connection and when i start up my computer i want to choose a windows , but i cant because there is no power to the keyboard
    I cant even do DEL to enter Cmos
    or F1 to enter set up wtf is this shit

    Can someoane help me?
    I need my windows xp fast , but cant get it if i dont fix this problem
    plz help
    having fun with girls - thats all about my friend

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
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    Is the keyboard able to plug into the ps/2 port?
    If it is plug it into the ps/2 then boot into windows, then plug it into the usb port, you may then need to install the drivers. I suppose you could use your old keyboard first if that is possible.

    You may also need to enable usb keyboard support in your bios, i've no idea what you can do if the keyboard isn't able to plug into a ps/2 port and you have no other keyboard.

    Edit - I take it you have another keyboard as you have managed to post

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    do u have ur old keyboard or did the new one come with a usb-to-ps/2 adapter?

    if u can get a ps/2 keyboard then go into teh bios and find somewhere it says usb legacy support i think that is what i enabled to get mine to work.

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    all the drivers are well installed
    I will do the bios way with legacy support and enable it
    brb
    thank you
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  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    Ok that think worked with enable usb in Dos but then when it got in windows power of usb went off

    That other problem how can i fix that??

    callum??
    help me
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    I don't have a usb keyboard, so i don't really no anything about them.
    But if you go into control panel on windows then printers and other hardware then select keyboard, then select troubleshoot.
    It covers problems with usb keyboards, that's about all i can suggest.

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    tesco's Avatar woowoo
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    are your USB drivers installed? try just starting up teh computer without teh keyboard hooked up (use a different keyboard to boot with) and once windows has started up then plug it into A DIFFERENT PORT THAN BEFORE and windows will reinstall the drivers and then teh keyboard should start workign and you can unplug the old one.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    Ok my keyboard work in DOS and in Windows but its not working in Windows Xp cuz my drivers for my USB port are not compatible with windows I dunno where i can get drivers for my USB port for win xp , cuz the one i have on cd arent working

    But in Linux Mandrake the keyboard working fine , its just on Windows Xp not working cuz of USB

    Can someone help with this?
    Ty
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  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    I have the name of my motherboard
    maybe someone know where can i go to find drivers for usb for windows xp?
    gimmie any site
    Thank you

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  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    I have fixed my problem , i had too Download Service pack 1 for xp
    ty all
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