Question about IBM NetVista PC Desktop
What type of connector have you got on your keyboard. Is it USB or the older PS/2 type (round 6 pin purple thing?)
USB keyboards can be problematic when working with the BIOS. It is usually possible to enable a setting in the BIOS setup pages to enable them to work but, as you've probably guessed!) you need a PS/2 type keyboard to allow you to make the changes in the first place!
The other option is to by a PS/2 to USB adaptor. They should be available from any good computer shop.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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