Question about EliteGroup P6IWP-Fe Motherboard
If you are using a USB keybord then you will have to change the settings in your bios setup so as to enable USB support, thus you will be able to use you usb keyboard and usb mouse, but you will obviously need a ps/2 keyboard in order to access the bios setup and make the necessary changes. On the other hand if you are already using a ps/2 keyboard the problem could be the keboard, so try another one if that does not work then you keyboard slot could be damaged (try a usb keyboard - with any luck the usb interface would already have been enabled but you can also enable it within your operating system just using your mouse. Also check with your ps/2 keyboard that you are pluging is in the correct slot (purple- keyboard, green- mouse)
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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