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    Windows 7 keyboard drivers?

    Hey guys, I need help here if you please...I am a newbie, I am running windows 7 and windows 8 and Debian 6. My problem is with my new keyboard, It is a USB keyboard. I have three HDD's and one external HDD. My problem is when I try to boot to one of the HDD My keyboard is slow to react to the F keys on the HDD boot list. Can someone help please?...thank you in advance for the help...


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    What keyboard, name/model? It does sound like a driver issue. Have you tried a different USB port?
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    If it is in the startup process drivers are not the problem. Drivers only come into play when the OS is loaded. Check your BIOS settings for enabling legacy USB support.

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    If your computer will accept PS/2, get a PS/2 keyboard and mouse. They will be available from the first moment you power up.

    You can add PS/2 ports to your computer: http://sewelldirect.com/Low-Profile-...FQinPAodfFYAxg

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