By rosielea
Jan 21, 2007
  1. Hello everybody, am hoping (again) someone can assist. Here goes:- about a month ago I bought a keyboard. It is called a Desktop Elite (not Microsoft). The connections are as follows. Cable from back of keyboard, about 12" down divides into 3 separate leads, one finishes with a usb connection the other two are coloured red and green. I tried connecting the usb lead into my usb port at rear of tower, started the m/c up message on start-up screen "no keyboard". Disconnected the usb lead plugged back into the PS2 connection and the keyboard was back. How can I get the usb lead recognised? Thanks again. No installation disc with keyboard. There is also a usb port on the side of the keyboard. Any help welcomed.
  2. Tarkus

    Tarkus TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 621

    Go into BIOS looks for Integrated Peripherals section and enable USB Legacy Support and USB Mouse support...Your BIOS may be different but there should be similar settings.
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