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Keyboard not working only during booting

When i turn on the computer, my keyboard doesn't respond and when Windows begins to load then the keyboard is ok and works fine after that. In this situation how can i enter the BIOS to make some changes or what is the problem related to?

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If your keyboard is USB, switch to a standard PS/2 keyboard, and enable legacy support for USB in your bios.. This may help you, but your bios may not be able to use a USB keyboard during POST.

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