|No, unfortunately, it didn't work. I have Phoenix BIOS and there was no setting for Legacy devices. The only setting was for USB configuration and the 2 settings were enabled or disabled and of course, it was set to enabled.|
But that made me think of something else.
I have a 7-port USB hub plugged into one of the rear USB ports on the computer. It only came with 6 USB ports: 4 in the back and 2 in the front. So I bought the hub. It is an AC-powered hub. So I have 3 USB devices plugged in the rear, plus the 7-port hub and the hub is plugged into an AC outlet for power. The 2 front USB ports are unused.
Maybe if I say what I have plugged in, it will help. Note one thing. To troubleshoot, I already did plug the Trust keyboard into a front USB port and it didn't fix the problem.
Here's my USB setup. All devices are USB. No adapters are being used.
4 Rear USB Ports:
1) Trust Keyboard
3) Logitech RumblePad (gamepad)
4) 7-port USB adapter
In the 7-port adapter I have:
LinkSys WUSB300N Wireless Network Adapter
Dock for Seagate Free Agent removable hard drive (uses 2 USB ports)
4 unused USB ports on adapter and 2 unused ports on the front of the computer.
Sorry for writing so much, but I really want to solve this problem and thought this might have something to do with it.
Any help would be appreciated.