Question about E-Machines eMachines T3830 PC Desktop
The keyboard got unplugged. When I reconnected it and rebooted, I got the keyboard not found message. I did this several times. I plugged in a different keyboard and got the same message. My computer requires a password to unlock it. Any suggestions? Will a wireless keyboard work?
Is it a ps/2 or a USB keyboard? If its a USB keyboard it may be that the drivers won't load until you actually log into windows. Only fix is to boot with a ps/2 keyboard.
If its a ps/2 keyboard then you are probably plugging it into the mouse port. doublecheck your locations.
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