Question about Socket Communications Standard Keyboard PS2 - 105 Keys (Black) (CD105PS2)
If it is PS2 then you need to reboot your computer in order for the computer to detect the PS2 device ( the PS2 device needs to be plugged in before rebooting )
If USB then try a different USB port and also check bios settings to ensure all usb keyboard and usb mice settings are all enabled.
You could go into device manager and delete usb hub etc and let windows re detect and re install otherwise go to
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Posted on May 10, 2009
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