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.
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Solution for the problem:
1. The solution is just to "Turn off the computer and unplug it from the power supply" (Unplugging is necessary as today even after turning the system off, the motherboard continues to get power).
2. Let the system remain off for about a minute.
3. Restart the system and wait for it to boot completely before inserting the drive again.
You can try this solution also. Run devmgmt.msc in the run box. Assuming that the USB is in inserted state, click onScan for Hardware changes under the Action menu. USB should be detected now.
That's it the problem will not appear again.
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