Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
As i already said, i have tried another HP ps/2 keyboard, as well as a usb wireless one, neither have solved the problem. It makes sense that i cant enter BIOS because the CPU cant read the keyboards at all. When the comp is off and i press an arrow key, it turns on, so i know it works, yet after it is on, its not working.
I've come very close, if i cant get the keyboard to work there is nothing i will be able to do to fix it (the keyboards work on my comps, just not on my friends)
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
Make sure the power is completely off. Turn the power back on. Try using Esc key, F1, or the delete key. If you press the wrong key, it will give yoiu a keyboard error indicating an option to press the correct key. I'm pretty sure one of those keys will work on an emachine.
Let me know.
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