Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Keyboards are pretty standard, I've even gotten old AT style keyboards to work. If it can't be detected by your computer I would suspect either a bad port or a broken keyboard. The exception would be USB keyboards. They have to be enabled in the BIOS and even then there can be a short delay before they are initialized by the system.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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