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Asus M2N keyboard problem

My Asus M2N will not recognize any PS/2 keyboard that I use, saying there is something wrong with the drivers. I bought a ps2/usb adapter and it recognizes my ps2 optical mouse but wouldn't recognize any of the three keyboards I tried. I need to do something in BIOS and I can't without a keyboard. Also, where can I find drivers for a Pioneer DVR A09XLCI and a Lite On LH-52CIP DVD drives?

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  • AZLizard Nov 07, 2008

    I don't have a USB keyboard. I will get one tomorrow. I can't get a ps2 to work with the adapter.

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    can you use USB for keyboard or it still don't recognize it.

    go to pioneer.com for a09xlci driver and hp.com for lh-52cip

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You don't need a driver for a PS/2 keyboard nor a USB keyboard. The keyboard lights should lite up at post. After boot press the Caps Lock key and it will light the corresponding light on the keyboard if the controller works. If not it is the motherboard. If you are strapped for bucks get a mobo that can use the same cpu, RAM and drives. Good luck, Steve Medley

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